HS2 is still planned to go ahead - and this is how it will affect Leeds.
1. Leeds Station
A new station will be created which will require 26 businesses to be demolished. A burial ground, two Grade II listed buildings and the Roman Road 712 route will be 'permanently affected' by HS2.
2. M621 motorway
There will be delays on the M621 in Leeds at junctions 2 and 3, as well as the A58(M), the A61, Hunslet Road, Neville Street, the A653, Wellington Street, Aire Street, Princes Square and several others.
3. Bus diversions
Roads which will be closed include Neville Street and the A653. This means 13 different bus routes will have to be diverted for years while works are completed, with bus stops moved.
4. City centre car parking on-street
Roads in the area around Myrtle Street, Holmes Street, Kidacre Street, Sovereign Street as well as New Lane will be affected by construction, including the permanent loss of car parking on roads.
5. ASDA HQ in Leeds
Asda's national headquarters in Leeds City Centre will be demolished if the current route goes ahead as planned.
6. Hilton Hotel Leeds
The hotel is one of 26 businesses set to be knocked down for HS2 to be built in the current plans