The B6432 is a secondary route in Huddersfield, Yorkshire, serving industrial areas and offering a partial alternative to the town's ring road. It was originally unclassified; owing to its short urban route its full history is not known but it certainly had Class II status by the late 1940s.
In the anticlockwise direction the route starts on the A62 west of Huddersfield town centre. It follows St Thomas Road eastwards before joining the A616 for a short multiplex north, crossing the River Colne as it does so.
The A616 then crosses the Huddersfield Narrow Canal, but the B6432 instead turns right along Colne Road and then goes around a short one-way system between the factories. The route next follows Firth Street, passing the campus of Huddersfield University.
The B6432 then crosses the A629 and follows St Andrew's Road northwards. To rejoin the A62, traffic must turn left and use the unclassified Thistle Street, as the extreme northern end of St Andrew's Road is one-way southbound.
Along the route there are many traffic-calming humped zebra crossings.