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Welcome to the North West Leeds Transport Forum (NWLTF).

NWLTF was set up to provide a source of information about the proposed NGT developments. It draws its membership from local resident and community associations, and liaises closely with local businesses. Its objective is to help and support local communities to evaluate the likely effects of the NGT proposals on their area and residents.

NWLTF is co-chaired by Doug Kemp who is chairman of the West Park Resident's Association and Martyn Thomas who is chairman of the Weetwood Resident's Association.

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Recent News


August 2015 - NWLTF Opinion Survey results

As discussed below NWLTF has produced alternative proposals to improve public transport in Leeds and especially on the A660 corridor.

Several public meetings have been held and the opinion survey results from those meetings together with further revised versions of the proposals can be found on Transport Proposals page or accessed from the menu on the left.


June 2015 - NWLTF Transport Proposals St Chad's meeting feedback

As discussed below NWLTF has produced alternative proposals to improve public transport in Leeds and especially on the A660 corridor. A meeting was held on 19 June 2015 at St Chad's and the feedback form from that meeting, together with the latest proposals can be found on the Transport Proposals page or accessed from the menu on the left. Please let us have your feedback via this form which can be printed out and mailed to the adresses on the form or downloaded, edited and then emailed to nwleedstf@gmail.com.


March 2015 - NWLTF Transport Proposals - your thoughts please

NWLTF has put together an assembly of transport proposals, which draws on published documents, blue-sky thinking and discussions with interested parties. This proposal shows that significant improvements to public transport for Leeds, and especially on the A660, could be achieved without the scale of expenditure envisaged for the NGT trolleybus scheme. Local residents are encouraged to view these (Press here) and give their comments on these suggestion via email to nwleedstf@gmail.com

Every effort has been made to try to ensure that the information provided on this website is correct. If it is felt that any detail is incorrect, please contact us at nwleedstf@gmail.com