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Help shape Reigate and Banstead's Local Transport Strategy

Published: 25 April 2018

Have your say on potential schemes

Each district and borough has or is in the process of preparing a Local Plan for growth and they need a Local Transport Strategy that will support that growth. For example if more housing was needed in an area the strategy would look at what impact that has on things such as the provision of trains, buses, cars, cycle and pedestrian routes.

Reigate and Banstead residents can now have their say on this draft strategy which sets out the future of transport within their borough. This includes outlines for future bus networks, rail provision, walking and cycling routes, motorways and road networks and such things as the provision of electric vehicle charge points.

The strategy aims to:

  • Encourage economic growth across the borough
  • Encourage more sustainable travel; on foot, by bike and on public transport
  • Improve air quality where pollutants exceed recommended levels
  • Improve road safety for all user
  • Improve the transport network to support population growth and development

The consultation documents highlight the current and possible future transport issues in Reigate and Banstead and list the potential schemes that could address them.

To read them and to give your feedback online, visit Surrey County Council's Local Transport Strategies. The consultation closes on Sunday 27 May 2018.

The documents can also be made available in available formats and written feedback can be sent to:

Surrey County Council
Transport Policy (Room 420)
Environment and Infrastructure Directorate
County Hall, Kingston upon Thames
KT1 2DN

Hard copies of the documents can be viewed at:

Reigate and Banstead Town Hall
Castlefield Road
Reigate
Surrey RH2 0SH

Redhill Library
Warwick Quadrant
Redhill
Surrey RH1 1NN

Horley Library
Victoria Road
Horley
Surrey RH6 7AG

County Hall
Penryhn Road
Kingston upon Thames
KT1 2DN

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