|From:||Armley Gyratory (SE285330)|
|Distance:||5.8 miles (9.3 km)|
|Meets:||A58, A647, A6110, B6155, A647|
|Route outline (key)|
The B6154 is an urban B-road running west of Leeds city centre.
Originally the road started on the A647 Armley Road and headed west along Wellington Road. However, road improvements in the area have rerouted the A647 and created the Armley Gyratory junction halfway along Wellington Road; the present eastern end of the B6154 is here.
The road heads west along Tong Road, roughly parallel to the Leeds to Bradford Interchange railway line, which is crossed as the road passes a petrol station. Presently the road TOTSOs right, although the dead-straight route of Tong Road continues ahead making the junction easy to miss. It doesn't matter that much if you do fail to turn off, however, as Tong Road soon meets the A6110 at traffic lights, whereas the B6154 crosses it at a roundabout a short distance to the north.
The B6154 continues west into Pudsey. It appears to detour from its straight route to go through the town centre: on the ground it has to TOTSO left at a T-junction before climbing along the main street. There are traffic lights by the town hall where the B6155 is met.
The B6154 continues vaguely westwards and passes through the suburb of Hillfoot before ending at a roundabout back on the A647.