South Leeds campaigners fighting against plans for the £250m New Generation Transport ‘trolleybus’ scheme have spoken of the negative impact it may have on their community. As reported by South Leeds Life, residents of the Whitfield estate in Hunslet recently mounted a protest against the plans, which would see
Drop-in sessions for people in south Leeds wanting to find out more about the planned NGT trolleybus network take place on Wednesday 1st and Thursday 2nd May. People can come along to discuss the project with the NGT team between 5:30pm and 7:30pm at St John & St Barnabas Church’s
Residents in Hunslet and across South Leeds will be able to attend two consultation events about ambitious plans for the new Leeds trolleybus scheme. Costing £250m, the New Generation Transport (NGT) network will link park and ride sites at the north and south edge of Leeds with the city centre.