CALDERDALE COUNCIL: New age of the train | Bradford Telegraph and Argus
An artist’s impression of how the new station at Elland may look from the air. More new stations will be needed to meet need, said the report, including places like Hipperholme.
Growing numbers of rail users – expected to increase further as Calderdale develops – mean more stations will be needed at places like Hipperholme.
With Calderdale’s highway network reaching capacity, at least part of the answer lies with a new age of the train, Calderdale Council’s Place Scrutiny Board heard.
A high priority for Calderdale is to promote economic growth and if it achieves its goal of being somewhere people want to live and work, the council and councillors must continue to press for improvements. CALDERDALE COUNCIL: New age of the train | Bradford Telegraph and Argus