The Cornwall Transport Plan is our Local Transport Plan. It sets out our transport strategy and policies to 2030. The plan was approved at Council on 12 April 2022.
The Cornwall Transport Plan is available at the links below:
Implementation Plans set out what transport schemes we plan to deliver over a specified time period:
We used lots of evidence to produce our transport plan. Links to these are below:
- Evidence Base - Available upon request by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
- Consultation Report
- Environmental Report
- Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) Adoption Statement
We have written other strategies that give more detail about particular transport topics.
Streets for People Design Code
This is a framework for how we design streets which are safer and more pleasant for walking, cycling, and using public transport.
Bus Service Improvement Plan (BSIP)
Cornwall Council has worked with local bus operators to develop a BSIP. This presents a shared vision for the future of buses in Cornwall.
For more information visit our Enhanced Partnership and Bus Service Improvement Plan page.
Casualty reduction strategy
A38 Feasibility study
You can also view the A38 road safety feasibility study documents:
- A38 feasibility study report
- Appendix A - Collision data
- Appendix B - Collision plan
- Appendix C - Median marking plan
- Appendix D - Tideford crossing option 1
- Appendix D - Tideford crossing option 2
- Appendix E - Additional cluster site plan
- Appendix F - Tideford package
We are developing an Electric Vehicle Charging Strategy. In the meantime for more information about electric vehicles please visit our Electric Vehicle Charging page.
Links to other policies and strategies supporting Connecting Cornwall:2030
Follow the links below to other policy guidance available on our website:
- Cornwall Design Guide and Cornwall Streetscape Design Guide
- Traffic Management Parking Policy Statement
- Positive Parking Framework for Cornwall
- Clean Air for Cornwall Strategy
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.
- have an annual budget ranging between £22,932 - £144,660 (dependant on number of Members per CNA) for smaller local transport improvements. This is part of the Local Transport Plan and will be a three year programme starting in April 2022.
For information on how to get involved:
- view the Community Network Panel pages or
- contact your Community Link Officer by emailing email@example.com
More information for Community Network Panels: