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The consultation plan sets out how we plan to engage with residents, businesses and visitors, and the council’s stakeholders, to ensure that all those who wish to influence the Local Transport Plan are given a genuine opportunity to do so. It also sets out how we plan to respond to any comments we receive and how we will assess the success of the consultation methods we have adopted.

The document sets out the new Local Transport Plan (LTP) for Staffordshire and how it will be developed and delivered. It highlights the main issues and trends that may impact upon the LTP’s development and those that may be affected by its delivery.

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