Bradford Leeds Cycle Superhighway

In partnership with Leeds City Council and City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council, we’ve completed work on our award-winning Bradford Leeds Cycle Superhighway, which connects two of Yorkshire’s major cities with a route segregated from traffic.

In partnership with Leeds City Council and City of Bradford Metropolitan District Council, we’ve completed work on our award-winning Bradford Leeds Cycle Superhighway, which connects two of Yorkshire’s major cities with a route segregated from traffic.

From Leeds city centre people travelling by bike can pick up the western section of the route from Wellington Street, heading all the way to Church Bank, Bradford, near the Broadway shopping centre in the heart of the city.

The eastern section from Leeds city centre can be accessed from York Street, where people can cycle on a segregated route to Seacroft.  

Our Leeds City Centre Cycle Superhighway connects both the western and eastern sections with an extra 4km of segregated routes on the city’s growing cycling network, making it safer, easier and quicker to travel by bike in Leeds city centre. 

New sections of segregated cycle route exist along Wellington Street towards City Square from the west and along Marsh Lane, York Street, Duke Street and Kirkgate from the east.  

Find out about Bradford’s Canal Road Cycleway