We’re listening: Calderdale Next Chapter Consultation updates

Help shape plans for Hipperholme and north-east CalderdaleLive in, work around, or visit Hipperholme, Northowram, Shelf and the wider north-east Calderdale area? We want to know your thoughts, ideas, and comments on how transport and the local environment could be improved.Take part in the consultation: Open until Monday 20 December 2021

More time to have your sayWe have extended the consultation period for two consultations to improve walking and cycling journeys in north and west Halifax until Sunday 30 January 2022. North Halifax Improved Streets for People Round 2West Halifax Improved Streets for People Round 2

New visuals for Halifax Railway StationWatch two new 3D videos and immerse yourself in the designs for the proposed new railway station and gateway to Halifax.📺 Overview of the new station, parking and charging facilities, easier access and connection with Halifax attractions and town centre📺 Walk along the iconic footbridge, views over Halifax and access in to the new stationGo straight to the consultation on Your Voice:Halifax Railway Station- Round 2Open until Sunday 16 January 2022

Find out more about the Next Chapter Projects here
calderdalenextchapter.co.uk

Covid Key messages in response to the Omicron variant

New rules are now in place to help protect ourselves and others from the new COVID-19 variant Omicron.

For further, certified information visit :

Key Messages

  • Face coverings are mandatory in retail stores and public transport. You are encouraged to use them in all indoor settings.
  • Test yourself every couple of days. You can obtain free Lateral Flow Test kits online or via your employer.
  • Avoid crowded places where possible. Try to stick to your family and friends circle.
  • Take the booster injection when it becomes available. If you haven’t been vaccinated yet, you are encouraged to do so.

 

  • Work from home whenever possible. From Monday the 13th of December, you are encouraged to work from home whenever you can.

For accurate information visit:


www.nhs.uk

GOV.uk : https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus

Commuter Travel Hub with First Bus

First Bus run the following employee reward scheme for companies to take up and encourage more people to use public transport.

The Commuter Travel Club is an employee benefits scheme, offering discounted bus travel to employees of companies who are First Bus travel partners in Halifax, Calder Valley & Huddersfield.

You can save up to 12.5%* vs. the price of buying equivalent tickets via mTickets on our First Bus App:

If your employer is not a member of the program, you can refer them to our employer information page where they can register their interest and one of our representatives will contact them to discuss the scheme in more detail.

For more information and to register if your employer has signed up to the scheme, visit First Bus Commuter Travel Hub

Have Your Say: Calderdale bus review

Metro is reviewing bus services in the Calderdale area. The Combined Authority supports many early morning, rural, evening and Sunday services in Calderdale. However, like most public bodies its funding has reduced, making it even more important to ensure public money is spent in the most effective and efficient way.

Public consultation on the proposed changes will run until Monday 21 July 2014. Feedback gained will be used to help shape the new network and when that’s finalised, issue tender documents to bus operators. Contracts will be awarded in autumn and the new network will be in place by the end of January 2015.

The following documents list the bus services in Calderdale and whether they are affected by the review. Many bus services are operated commercially or have already been reviewed (such as Calder Valley and those operating into North Kirklees) and so are unlikely to change.

Calderdale Bus Service Proposals

The proposals also include some bus services which travel outside Calderdale District. These mainly involve the withdrawal of poorly used evening journeys however we are proposing to completely withdraw the following services:

The Combined Authority is holding a series of public consultation drop-in at Halifax Bus Station on Wednesday 2 July, 7.30am – 10.30am.

Metro would like to know what you think about the proposals. Please complete the Calderdale Bus Review Survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CalderdaleBusNetworkReview

If you need to contact the Authority regarding these proposals, please email busconsultation@westyorks-ca.gov.uk