From 8pm Friday 8 April until 5:30am Monday 11 April, Armley Gyratory will be fully closed to vehicles. Full diversion routes will be in place during this time and local people will be contacted about how they’re affected.
These highways enabling works mark phase one of construction taking place this year on Armley Gyratory. On Monday 11 April the road will fully re-open with 30mph speed limits, narrower lanes, and other traffic management measures in place which will allow the main improvements to be carried out safely.
To prepare for this closure and subsequent works, Leeds visitors, workers and residents are being urged to plan ahead (search ‘Plan Ahead Leeds’ or visit www.leeds.gov.uk/planahead) before travelling, and to sign up for regular email updates or follow Connecting Leeds on social media. There will also be highways and diversion signage, with targeted communications in affected areas.
Over the closure weekend (8 – 11 April) people travelling into the city centre are strongly recommended to use public transport or park and ride sites.
Further details can be found on the website www.leeds.gov.uk/ArmleyGyratory