Castleford to Wakefield Greenway
The Castleford to Wakefield Greenway project will deliver a fully surfaced cycle path from Castleford to Wakefield alongside the River Calder.
Work on the first section of this route is complete and opened to the public in March 2018.
This map was produced as part of the consultation for Phase 1 of this project. The map illustrates the route the path will take and highlights some key sections where the design and route choice are explained.
More information about this project and planned future projects can be found below the map.
Phase 1 (Riverside Path)
The new cycle route has been built from Methley Bridge, Castleford along the River Calder to Fairies Hill Lock, near to the Whitwood Readymix Plant off Express Way, Whitwood. The path links the current cycle routes from Navigation Point (the former Lambsons site) to Methley Bridge, and Fairies Hill Lock to the Trans Pennine Trail and Wakefield Eastern Relief Road at Wakefield.
The subsequent phases of this project are detailed below, they aim to develop links to the Castleford Greenway and the Trans Pennine Trail. These phases are currently under construction and due to complete in Autumn 2019.
Will extend the Castleford Greenway over a new bridge across the Hallam Line (Leeds – Castleford – Normanton) on the west side of Castleford, providing a link to the Riverside path (Phase 1) and on to Methley Junction where it will link to the Trans Pennine Trail towards Wakefield and eventually, Leeds.
Please visit the Documentation page to view the consultation report for this scheme
If you missed the public consultation period but would like to provide feedback on the scheme please email firstname.lastname@example.org