Message from the Combined Authority
The Combined Authority is launching a public consultation on a developing plan for better transport in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
The Local Transport and Connectivity Plan (LTCP) will set the strategy for how people move around the region. On 12th May, we have launched a consultation on the draft LTCP, lasting 12 weeks until the end of the day on August 4. We are encouraging participation from as many members of the public and other stakeholders as possible.
It will update the current Local Transport Plan for Cambridgeshire & Peterborough adopted by the Combined Authority in January 2020.
The LTCP is guided by a draft vision and key goals and objectives, helping to make our transport better, faster, safer and more reliable. It will address the big issues like climate change, pollution, inequality, and public health. It sets out a series of draft strategies for the region and individual districts and cities to make the vision a reality.
With transport affecting everyone and every organisation in the region, we want to reach as many people and communities as possible and invite them to have their say.
The consultation feedback will be analysed and will help shape the final version of the LTCP, which is planned to complete later in 2022.
As well as having your say, you are very welcome to help spread the word of the consultation among your community to encourage greater participation.
People can take part in the consultation via:
- The website: More information and a simple survey form is available via www.yourltcp.co.uk.
- Drop in consultation events.
- Hard copy consultation brochure and survey form pick up points.
Survey forms include a freepost address.
A list of consultation events and consultation brochure pick up points is available here.
To contact the LTCP consultation team:
- Email: email@example.com. You can also submit consultation feedback via email.
- Freephone: 0808 258 3470. You can also request a printed copy of the consultation brochure and survey form.
- Freepost: YOUR LTCP
A draft of the full LTCP can be read here.