A plan to revamp part of Great Harwood’s town centre is facing an uncertain future.
The scheme is part of a plan from Lancashire County Council to revamp public transport across the county.
The £50m scheme involves placing a bus bay, bus shelter and markings at Blackburn Road as well as placing a bus lay-by, bus shelter, cycle stands, seating and raised steps at Town Hall Square.
It is part of the Pennine Reach proposal which is designed to improve the public transport network between Accrington and Blackburn, via Great Harwood, Rishton and Clayton-le-Moors.
But a question mark hangs over the future of the transport plan, which was previously approved by the former Labour government.
However, the situation does not affect a plan to revamp Great Harwood’s historic town hall which will be revamped with £500,000.
Councillor Lynn Wilson is hoping the transport plan will still go ahead.
She said: "At the moment, they are having talks about the bus scheme.
"The restoration of the town hall is going ahead, as that is LEGI (Local Enterprise Growth Initiative) funding, although we have not got an exact date as yet.
"The problem is that the rest of the project, including the rapid transport scheme was approved by the last Labour government.
"We don’t yet know if it will also be approved by the new coalition, and we hope they will not pull the plug.
"Fifty million is a lot of money and we certainly don’t want to lose it.
"If that happens, we will have to look at what other options are available to us."
Councillor Peter Clarke said: "We have gained £500,000 from LEGI funding so the town hall revamp won’t be touched.
"But at the moment, we are just waiting to see what happens and we can’t really do anything else.
"My own feeling is that it may well not happen, but we will just have to see."