CAMPAIGNERS want to know more about the trial use of a canal towpath by walkers, cyclists and horse riders.
Kirklees Council has earmarked a stretch of towpath between Linthwaite and Milnsbridge for a 12-month trial before deciding whether to create an eight-mile greenway.
Most of the planned greenway will be on the canal towpath and the Colne Valley Society has voiced safety concerns about mixed use.
Its members want to know how the use of the trial section is to be monitored, whether British Waterways has approved it and what improvements, if any, are to be done to the towpath.
Society vice-chairman Mike Shaw said: "The information we have been given about the trial is sketchy.
"We are told the cost will be £140,000, but we don't know how is will be spent.
"We are also interested in how Kirklees proposes to monitor the situation."
Mr Shaw wants the council to fully consult all users of the towpath - anglers, boaters, walkers, cyclists and horse riders.