Temporary City Bus Stop

To allow for the footpath widening and new road layout, most of the bus stops along the Headrow were replaced with temporary bus stops and shelters while work was carried out.

During this work, clear signage was in place to avoid confusion and to ensure that pedestrians, bus drivers and motorists were kept safe. The temporary bus stops worked well, along with temporary traffic arrangements.

Working with Leeds City Council, Sisk arranged for two local artists to paint two of the temporary bus shelters. Feedback from the public was positive, with one customer saying that the artwork really brightened the whole area.

This work is part of Leeds City Council’s transport strategy, which aims to increase bus usage and make journey times and experiences better for bus users.

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Entry submitted by John Sisk


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