What will travel look like in the future?
The next regional transport strategy will take us through the next twenty years, up to 2040. How do you want to travel in the future? What priorities are important to you?
Nestrans have spent the last year working with our members, partners, stakeholders and the public to produce a draft strategy. You may remember taking part in some of our discussion topics last year or reading the feedback we received.
The draft strategy has been informed by this engagement, option appraisal work, and looking at best practice from elsewhere.
We are now consulting with individuals and organisations on the draft strategy. We will use the feedback and comments that we get to refine our proposals.
View the Strategy
View the supporting documents
Our virtual exhibition
Just like a public exhibition, only virtual and you can drop in anytime. Here you can view information on the development of the RTS , our proposals and key actions. You can also access the full documents as well as submitting your feedback via the exhibition room if you like.
How to respond
1. Review Proposals:
You can find the full draft Regional Transport Strategy and its supporting documents in the documents section of this page, or on the table in the virtual exhibition room. If you would prefer to view the documents in another language or format, please get in touch with us.
2. Complete Questionnaire
We have produced a questionnaire where you can submit comments on the RTS. You can do this either as an individual or on behalf of an organisation.
Send us an email and we will endeavour to get back to you as soon as we can: email@example.com
Alternatively you can call us on 01224 346680, and if you leave a message and contact number we will get back to you.
What happens next?
Once the consultation closes, all submissions will be reviewed and any amends will be made to the RTS. A summary of the consultation will go before the Nestrans Board meeting in November, followed by the next version of the RTS at the December meeting. If approved, it will then be submitted to the Cabinet Secretary for Transport, Infrastructure and Connectivity.
You can keep up to date on the process via this website and on social media with #Nestrans2040.