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.
Local Transport Plan 4 (LTP4) Public consultation
The public consultation on Surrey's new draft Transport Plan ran from 5 July to 24 October 2021. LTP4 includes plans to reduce the 46% of carbon emissions currently generated by transport in Surrey and it will supersede the LTP3 following adoption in 2022.
Proposals to 2030 and beyond include: increasing safer and improved walking and cycling routes to encourage people out of their cars; providing more charging points and parking for electric vehicles; more bus services; charging for transport use and introducing car clubs; as well as improving internet connections and redesigning neighbourhoods that enable easier access to local services, reducing the need to travel by car.
Our new transport plan sets out our ambitious roadmap for a transport network in Surrey that meets the needs of the future. Crucially this includes proposals to help tackle the climate emergency and become a carbon free county by 2050.
The consultation has now closed but the draft Plan is still available to view via the link below.
If you have any queries please email the team at email@example.com.
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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.
Responses are also encouraged from any other person, organisation or business, please sign up for email alerts if you would like to receive email notifications.