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Local transport plan

Our local transport plan policy document was published in 2011 in accordance with the Local Transport Act 2008 and sets out our transport policies up to 2026. 

The plan covers walking, cycling, public transport, car based travel and freight, together with the management and maintenance of local roads and footways.

Where can I view the plan?

You can view the whole plan below:

You can also view the freight strategy plan below:

The Staffordshire Freight Strategy was refreshed in November 2018 and published in June 2019 in accordance with recommendations set out by the Prosperous Staffordshire Select Committee, the previous strategy was dated 2010.

The strategy sets out a vision to minimise the adverse impacts of freight in Staffordshire whilst maximising its economic benefits.

Please note: The pdfs above may not open in Internet Explorer. To open the documents, you can save them by right clicking on the link, and selecting 'save target as'. Then you should be able to open the document from the place you saved it.

You can also find out more in the appendices.

Where can I view the District integrated transport strategies?

In addition to the local transport plan, we also have a district integrated transport strategies page where you can view the integrated transport strategies for the eight district and borough councils.

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Latest transport news

Ten-year infrastructure plan to improve county walking and cycling network published

A plan to deliver improved cycling and walking networks and increase participation will need over £30million investment in towns across Staffordshire over the next decade.
Date:
20 May 2020

Statements on Secretary of State's approval of West Midlands Interchange freight rail hub South Staffordshire

Staffordshire County Council's cabinet member for economic growth Mark Winnington said: "The county council did not approve of this proposal due to its location in the South Staffordshire green belt. We were a consultee on the plans and have worked from the beginning to ensure Four Ashes Ltd does everything it can to mitigate its impact on local communities."
Date:
05 May 2020

Investigation work on Shobnall Road to start next week

Staffordshire County Council's Highways crews will be taking the opportunity while travel restrictions are in place to carry out investigation and improvement work on Shobnall Road in Burton next week.
Date:
01 May 2020

County council sets out £42.7 million highways improvements package over next year

A £42.7 million package of highways improvements and transport schemes for the 2020/21 financial year is set to be approved next week.
Date:
07 April 2020

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