PROTESTERS say they are making headway in their battle to reinstate a bus service - but the fight must go on.
Bosses at First Bus scrapped the 308 - which served Primrose Hill, Newsome and Taylor Hill - in April.
But some passengers say the move has left them stranded.
Now, after a heated meeting with First Bus business director Graham Riley, campaigners believe they are winning their battle.
The K-Line bus company has already pledged to run a 308 service, renumbered as the 307.
But it will only do this between 8am and 6pm, Monday to Saturday.
The protesters say the route needs to be covered at all times. The service starts on July 26.
Campaign leader Jean Goodison said: "I think the meeting went quite well. We put our point across and said what we wanted to say.
"First have said they will reinstate the 368 Newsome to Almondbury route.
"That is good news, because we have been asking for that service back for more than two years," she said.
"But it does not help the passengers of the 308.
"Having K-Line take over the 308 route is fine and we do not want to sound as though we are complaining to them.
"But we need a service early in the morning and late at night," said Ms Goodison.
"I would say we have won this battle, but the war goes on. We will carry on."
Mr Riley is confident a solution can be found.
He said: "The meeting was useful and we listened to those who came along.
"We are going to sit down with the West Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive and I am confident we will be able to find a solution that will be suitable for both parties," added Mr Riley.