Local Transport and Connectivity Plan

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Introduction

We are currently working to produce a new Local Transport Plan. The local transport plan is our long-term county-wide transport strategy. We are calling ours the Local Transport and Connectivity Plan (LTCP), to better reflect our strategy both for digital infrastructure and for connecting the whole county.

The LTCP will be our long term vision for transport in the county and the policies required to deliver this. It will be used to decide how we manage transport and the types of schemes we (or other transport organisations) implement.

You can read a clear, high level summary of our key messages in the executive summary. If you are interested in further detail, you can use the contents table to navigate to the relevant section of the LTCP.

We have also developed supporting strategies for freight, active travel and innovation. These strategies provide more detail about our proposals and how they will be delivered. We are consulting on these strategies alongside the main LTCP document. Questions about the supporting strategies will be offered following completion of the relevant section in the survey.

You do not have to answer all the questions. We have made most questions in this survey optional so that you can focus on those that are most relevant to you. By registering on Let's Talk Oxfordshire you will also be able to come back and complete your response at a later date.

We would like to invite residents and stakeholders to an online webinar introducing the LTCP. The webinar is intended to help you respond to the consultation. At the webinar, you will have the opportunity to hear from the cabinet member for Travel & Development Strategy and take part in a questions and answer session.

Please complete the booking form if you would like to attend.

Introduction

We are currently working to produce a new Local Transport Plan. The local transport plan is our long-term county-wide transport strategy. We are calling ours the Local Transport and Connectivity Plan (LTCP), to better reflect our strategy both for digital infrastructure and for connecting the whole county.

The LTCP will be our long term vision for transport in the county and the policies required to deliver this. It will be used to decide how we manage transport and the types of schemes we (or other transport organisations) implement.

You can read a clear, high level summary of our key messages in the executive summary. If you are interested in further detail, you can use the contents table to navigate to the relevant section of the LTCP.

We have also developed supporting strategies for freight, active travel and innovation. These strategies provide more detail about our proposals and how they will be delivered. We are consulting on these strategies alongside the main LTCP document. Questions about the supporting strategies will be offered following completion of the relevant section in the survey.

You do not have to answer all the questions. We have made most questions in this survey optional so that you can focus on those that are most relevant to you. By registering on Let's Talk Oxfordshire you will also be able to come back and complete your response at a later date.

We would like to invite residents and stakeholders to an online webinar introducing the LTCP. The webinar is intended to help you respond to the consultation. At the webinar, you will have the opportunity to hear from the cabinet member for Travel & Development Strategy and take part in a questions and answer session.

Please complete the booking form if you would like to attend.

  • We would like to invite residents and stakeholders to an online webinar introducing the LTCP. The webinar is intended to help you respond to the consultation. At the webinar, you will have the opportunity to hear from the cabinet member for Travel & Development Strategy and take part in a questions and answer session. 

    The webinars will take place on Microsoft Teams. 

    If you would like to attend, you can book onto one of the sessions by completing this form.

    Complete booking form
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