Local transport plan
Staffordshire County Council published a Local Transport Plan (LTP) document in 2011 in accordance with the Local Transport Act 2008.
During the period of 2013 to 2018, we have produced eight District/Borough Integrated Transport Strategies to reflect the transport challenges and opportunities in each of our eight District/Boroughs.
To complement the Integrated Transport Strategies, the following more detailed policy documents have been produced:
Updating the Local Transport Plan
In 2024, we’re developing a new Local Transport Plan for Staffordshire.
This plan will help us to shape the future of transport together, considering all the ways we get around including, walking, cycling, wheeling, public transport, rail, cars, and freight.
This isn’t just a plan, it is our shared vision for the future of transport in our area. It will include everything from our vision to the practical steps we’ll take to get there, and how we’ll work with others to make it happen.
Informal engagement with residents, businesses, and key partners to understand what’s important to them
Create the first draft of the Local Transport Plan
Share the outcomes of the consultation
Re-write the Local Transport Plan to include consultation feedback
Local Transport Plan taken to Staffordshire County Council’s cabinet for approval
Local Transport Plan published on the Staffordshire County Council website
We’re putting this plan together with the help of Staffordshire residents, local businesses and key partners.
We have set up our engagement page Let’s Talk Transport . This will be the main place for you to get involved with shaping the Local Transport Plan.
We’re really keen to know what you think, so we’ll be holding some face-to-face sessions, online webinars, and surveys over the coming months.
To be the first to hear about any new events regarding the Local Transport Plan, giving you the chance to voice your opinions, please join our mailing list.
Request an alternative format