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Pudsey workshop will discuss transport woes in ‘outer’ West Leeds

A special workshop session will discuss transport issues in parts of West Leeds tonight.

The council’s Outer West Area Committee, which features councillors representing Pudsey, Calverley, Farsley, Wortley and Farnley will host the discussion on transport in the area at a meeting tonight (Wednesday, 28 September).

Members of the public are invited to attend.

The meeting will be held at 6.30pm at the Pudsey Leisure Centre and will feed into the council’s ongoing public consultation into public transport in Leeds.

The discussion also comes off the back of a public meeting on local bus services, which was held in Pudsey on the 7th October. Representatives from Metro and First Group attended to hear residents’ concerns.

Leeds City Council has recently been consulting on public transport improvements for the city, with central government giving £173.5m towards plans following the collapse of the trolleybus initiative in North West and South Leeds earlier this year.

If you are unable to attend, you can get involved by giving your comments by completing this survey.

The Outer West Area Committee meeting will also feature an open forum session where residents can bring local issues to the attention of the committee.

There will also be an Employment and Skills Service activity update and reports on the work of the community committee over the past few months.

The full agenda can be read here.


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