CONTROVERSIAL plans to introduce a bus lane on Elland bypass will be thrashed out further by councillors.
Drivers who use the busy A629 are angry at the plan to create a lane for buses travelling towards Huddersfield.
The plan would mean the three-lane carriageway would be split into two going towards the Ainley Top roundabout and the M62.
Drivers say this would cause complete chaos when they were trying to get to work.
Members of Calderdale Council's Regeneration and Development Scrutiny Panel will meet on Wednesday to discuss the plan further.
The scheme to improve the Halifax to Huddersfield bus route aims to encourage greater use of public transport.
Liberal Democrat councillor Patrick Phillips said: "I have no problem with the proposal to introduce the bus lane and will not be opposing it.
"I believe the move would have no effect on the traffic flow.
"Drivers are not going to get through the area any slower than they are at the moment.
"Drivers really shouldn't be affected, because the two-lane approach to the roundabout will remain."
Following the meeting recommendations will be put forward to the council's Cabinet.