The A6194 is the Wakefield Eastern Relief Road, opened in April 2017. It is a single-carriageway road throughout and includes a new crossing of the River Calder. It cost £33m.
The road is fairly undulating over the landscape, with numerous side road provisions for future development. It is clear that this route, despite being signposted for traffic to bypass the centre of Wakefield is actually a distributor road to support new housing, industrial, and commercia areas around the town.
On the 20th March 2018 the road was officially named Neil Fox Way, after the Rugby League player.