The B6155 is a short link road to the north of the Yorkshire town of Pudsey.
The road starts at traffic lights on the B6154 in Pudsey town centre and then heads north up Lidget Hill to reach the A647 Stanningley bypass. There is a diamond GSJ with traffic lights either side of the overbridge.
Most maps show the slip roads onto and off the A647 as part of the B6155. This means – the eastbound offslip being unusually long as it also serves a retail park (the Owlcotes Centre) before joining the B6155 – that the spur constituted by the slips on the north side of the junction is longer than the road's mainline! An additional westbound onslip doubles back from the eastbound offslip so that traffic from Owlcotes does not have to detour via the main junction.
The B6155 continues north, descending to go under the Leeds to Bradford Interchange railway line. It ends just afterwards at a T-junction on the B6157 (the pre-bypass A647) to the west of Stanningley.