This is the consultation webpage for the Surrey Transport Plan.
The county council is continuing to develop and update strategies and their associated programmes of the modular, web-based Surrey Transport Plan. Consultation and participation continues to inform the revision of strategies as these are brought forward.
Electric Vehicle Strategy and Low Emissions Transport Strategy
Surrey County Council supports the Government's long term vision for walking and cycling to be the natural choice for shorter journeys, for an improved customer experience of public transport and for nearly every car and van on UK roads to be zero-emission by 2050. At a local level, this will have health benefits – improving the quality of the air we breathe in Surrey. On a wider level this will reduce greenhouse gas emissions that are harmful to the environment.
Surrey County Council has drafted two new additions to the Surrey Transport Plan, these are the Low Emissions Transport Strategy and the Electric Vehicle Strategy. They will enable us to work with borough and district councils, businesses and communities to take advantage of electric vehicle technology and other opportunities to reduce emissions from transport. These two documents have been archived from our website, if you would like to view either of these documents then please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Low Emissions Transport Strategy replaced two outdated strategies from Surrey County Council's Local Transport Plan (LLTP3). They were the Air Quality and Climate Change strategies. Please note SCC has recently adopted a new Climate Change Strategy which remains current, and is not superseded in any way by the Low Emissions Transport Strategy.
We would like to thank those who took part in the public consultation. The feedback received was analysed and the strategy as published was amended based on this feedback.
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When a new consultation activity related to the Surrey Transport Plan begins, the county council sends an email alert to statutory stakeholders and other stakeholders identified as having a particular interest in transport issues.
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