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District integrated transport strategies

What are district integrated transport strategies?

For every district we bring together the transport challenges and opportunities in one document, creating an overview that helps us to secure other resources and developer contributions. These are called integrated transport strategies.

The strategies have been developed for all district and boroughs, by discussing with county councillors, bus service providers and district and borough council partners.

They are reviewed regularly to show the results of consultations and any changes in transport issues and priorities.

Where can I view the strategies?

The strategies for the eight district and borough councils can be viewed below:

Is there any supporting information available?

The following documents support the development of the strategies for Lichfield, Newcastle and Tamworth:

Newcastle

Lichfield

Tamworth 

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