Campaigners have been out in Leeds today protesting about the proposed Trolleybus scheme in the city. Community groups - who've formed the A660 Joint Council - have been delivering leaflets ahead of a consultation on Tuesday.
They claim the buses will be double articulated "juggernauts", which would damage the environment. The group also says there will be traffic congestion, and claims it will lead to shops and houses being demolished. However Leeds City Council say the scheme will create thousands of jobs.
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