A HUDDERSFIELD subway could be filled in under plans to improve safety at a busy junction.
Kirklees Council officials are looking at plans to improve crossing for pedestrians at the Castlegate/Trinity Street junction.
This month it was confirmed that security guards from Huddersfield Technical College were to patrol the underpass, because of growing concerns from female cleaners on early morning shifts.
Clr David Payne, Kirklees Cabinet member with responsibility for highways, said
several plans were being looked at.
They included a surface crossing across the width of the carriageway or filling in the subway and restructuring the area.
Clr Payne added that a timetable had yet to be set for the project.
The underpass is used daily by thousands of college students and staff.
Concerns about graffiti, cleanliness and lighting in the 30yd subway have been expressed for some time.