White Rose is a planned station on the Huddersfield – Leeds line between Morley and Cottingley.

The two-platform station, which will serve White Rose Office Park and White Rose shopping centre, is expected to open in May 2022.

David Aspin, [the founder] of Munroe K, the owner of the adjacent White Rose Office Park, has been working with the West Yorkshire Combined Authority on the plans, which could cost up to £22m, for the last three years. It is estimated that once the station is built, 340,000 trips will be made annually.

Source: New £22m railway station in Leeds is key to further investment, says developer, by Lizzie Murphy, on Yorkshire Post website (November 2020).
White Rose station is one of the thirteen programmes Network Rail aims to progress urgently as part of the UK government’s Project Speed initiative.

Cottingley station, located less than one kilometre further along the line towards Leeds, is likely to close as just 265 commuters use it on a daily basis.

Location of White Rose station

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Further reading

New £22m railway station in Leeds is key to further investment, says developer, by Lizzie Murphy, on Yorkshire Post website (November 2020)

This is what £22 million White Rose train station could look like, on LeedsLive website

White Rose railway station – Wikipedia