About the Woodside Travel Plan

A Travel Plan is in place for Woodside, which helps you understand your options for making journeys to and from home.

We hope that you will have a look through the information and consider how you could fit sustainable travel into your daily routine. This can save you money, help squeeze exercise into your day, improve your health, limit your impact on the environment and on air quality, help you avoid traffic jams and help you learn more about your neighbourhood.


Travel for free by bus

Persimmon Homes have made funds available to provide each household at Woodside with one free MCard which can be used for a year on almost all buses in West Yorkshire. Find out more on the Public transport page or go to the Contact us page to request your free MCard.

Who looks after the Travel Plan?

The Woodside Travel Plan is implemented by a Travel Plan Coordinator on behalf of Persimmon Homes. You can contact the Travel Plan Coordinator if you would like advice about how to make journeys from Woodside or if you have questions about this website or the Travel Plan. To make an enquiry please go to the Contact us page.

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Every so often surveys will be carried out to see how residents are travelling. This will help the Travel Plan Coordinator decide if everything is in place to support you to make fewer car journeys, or whether there is more to be done. The surveys may be completed in a number of different ways, such as counting how many cars and people are leaving the site during the day, an online form or on paper sent to your address.

Viewing the Travel Plan

A Travel Plan is a package of measures aimed at promoting the use of other modes of transport instead of the car. It involves the development of a set of mechanisms, initiatives and targets that together can reduce the impact of travel and transport on the environment, whilst also achieving a number of other benefits for residents, such as saving money and improving health and well-being.

If you would like to read the Travel Plan, it can be downloaded from the Useful links section on this page.


Woodside is in the north of Kippax, a village east of Leeds.The map below shows you where Woodside is in the wider context of West Yorkshire, and shows it in relation to nearby towns, cities and areas of interest. Elsewhere on the website, you will find maps focused on the close vicinity to Woodside, showing you what is on your doorstep. Navigate through the site menu to find these.

Using the Useful links section on this page, you can visit the Leeds Council website to find information about local services such as recycling, libraries and community golf courses.

Woodside Location Map