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06 Nov

Your thoughts are important - Respond by 20th November 2022

Warwickshire County Council is in the process of updating the current Local Transport Plan (LTP), which is a document that sets out the transport needs, challenges, objectives and priorities for the County.  

An LTP sets out policies to shape future transport schemes and developments within the County. It allows us, as the County Council, to target resources to deliver a transport network that gives people who live and work in Warwickshire access to the facilities they need to go about their daily lives, along with those who visit the area.

Our current local transport plan (LTP3) was intended to run from 2011 to 2026, but we want to update it. Major changes to the way we move, work, shop and carry out leisure activities mean we will have to adapt and change if we are to provide a modern transport system for Warwickshire. 

Significant global developments also affect Warwickshire and we need to acknowledge and respond to transport challenges brought about by climate change, lifestyle changes as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic and emerging new transport technologies. 

Previously we have consulted on the direction that our new Plan (LTP4) should take. You told us that the four key themes we identified in September 2021 were the right ones, and that these should underpin all that we do in our new Plan. The four themes were Environment, Well-being, Economy and Place

Click on this link to visit the WCC website to have your say on the draft plan.