HAVE YOUR SAY on our transport future
It is now your chance to take part in the full public consultation for the developing Local Transport and Connectivity Plan (LTCP) for Cambridgeshire & Peterborough.
The LTCP will set the strategy for making transport better in the region and we want as many people as possible to have a say.
The Combined Authority has today launched a 12-week public consultation, running until the end of the day August 4.
The LTCP will update the current local transport plan adopted by the Combined Authority in January 2020.
The draft LTCP is guided by a 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.
Whether you use public transport, a car, cycle, walk or wheel, your feedback will help improve the final LTCP. Once the feedback has been analysed, a final LTCP is expected to be put to the Combined Authority’s Board later in 2022.
It’s easy to take part and you can provide feedback in a number of ways.
- 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: . 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
If you took part in the public engagement exercise in November 2021, your feedback has been reviewed and has helped to shape the draft plan being consulted on this spring and summer.
A draft of the full LTCP can be read here.
If you know someone who you think would be interested in taking part in the consultation, please spread the word.
Combined Authority Transport Team
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority, Mayor’s Office, 72 Market Street, Ely, Cambridgeshire CB7 4LS