Local Transport Plan

Please read our information on how we are supporting residents and businesses, as well as information on affected services.


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Connecting Cornwall: 2030 Strategy

We want to create an excellent transport system in Cornwall by 2030. Connecting Cornwall: 2030 sets out our transport strategy including our:

  • vision
  • goals
  • objectives
  • policies

You can access the strategy by following the links below: 

Implementation plans

The Implementation Plans set out what transport schemes we plan to deliver. 

Supporting documents

We used lots of evidence to produce our transport plan. Links to these are below:

Please note that Appendix 1 and Appendix 5 are in the main report.

This report has lots of information that helped us prepare the strategy:

Supporting strategies

We have written other strategies that give more detail about particular transport topics. 

Casualty reduction strategy

A38 Feasibility study

You can also view the A38 road safety feasibility study documents:

Links to other policies and strategies supporting Connecting Cornwall:2030

Follow the links below to other policy guidance available on our website:

Assessments

We have to assess how our plan will affect people and the environment. 

Equality Impact Assessment

By law we must assess the transport strategy for its impact on various people groups. The Connecting Cornwall: 2030 Equality Impact Assessment shows how we did this.

Strategic Environmental Assessment

By law we must undertake a Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) of transport plans. The SEA includes:

  • the impact of the plan on the environment
  • things we can do to reduce the impact
  • a Health Impact Assessment (HIA)
  • a Habitats Regulation Assessment (HRA)

Connecting Cornwall: 2030 Strategy SEA

These documents are for the 20 year strategy:

Connecting Cornwall Implementation Plan 2015-2019 SEA

These documents are for the second Implementation Plan:

Community Network Panel Highways Scheme

We want Community Network Panels to have a greater influence over transport schemes. Panels:

  • are kept up to date by Highways Managers on highways maintenance.
  • are the key point of contact for major transport schemes affecting their area
  • have an annual budget of £50,000 for smaller local transport improvements. This is part of the Local Transport Plan and will be a four year programme.

For information on how to get involved:

More information for Community Network Panels:

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