|Distance:||3 miles (4.8 km)|
|Route outline (key)|
It contains a HOV lane, which is only usable by vehicles carrying two or more people, and also features an unconstructed section that was planned to lead into Bradford city centre.
Chain Bar Interchange
Chain Bar forms the southern terminus of the M606 near Bradford in Yorkshire. The main junction is a multi-lane signalised roundabout located beneath both the M62 and M606, providing connections to both motorways and the A58 and A638. The M606 itself has direct sliproads to and from the Manchester direction as a means of improving access to the Pennine section of the M62. The westbound flyover is subject to a 50 mph speed restriction which is enforced by speed cameras.
- M606 The Bradford (Oakenshaw–Staygate) Motorway Scheme 1967 (Revocation) Scheme 1988 Confirmation Instrument 1989
- The Kirklees Metropolitan Council (M606 Motorway (Bradford Ring Road to M62 Chain Bar Interchange Section) and Connecting Roads) (Part) (Revocation) Scheme 1988 Confirmation Instrument 1989