Car & Motorcycle
to Leeds by car might seem like an easy task but give
yourself plenty of time and be prepared for delays. The
M62 (between M621 junction 27 to Leeds and the M606 to
Bradford) is now the fourth most congested bit of motorway
in Britain - that includes well-known hotspots like the
M25 and M6.
The figures come from Trafficmaster the company
that operates the congestion monitoring system.
A top ten league table shows that both the M62 and M1
have been steadily climbing. If you still want to risk
it here are the routes to take into Leeds.
Using the M1: Follow the M1 north and enter Leeds on the
M621 following signs for the city centre.
Using the A1: Follow the A1 north and join the M62 westbound.
Then join the M1 northbound at junction 29 and enter Leeds
on the M621 following signs for the city centre.
Using the M1/A1: Follow the M1/A1 south. Join the A64
(Leeds-York Road) into Leeds and follow the signs for
Follow the M62 eastbound and enter Leeds on the M621 (junction
27) following signs for the city centre.
Listen to BBC Radio Leeds (92.4 and 103.9 FM) for
regular updates on traffic and travel in Leeds.