West of England Joint Transport Study

Posted on 10th November, 2015

West of England Joint Transport Study

You've been invited to participate in the West of England Joint Transport Study consultation by the consultation manager, Rob Levenston.

This consultation is open from 9 Nov 2015 at 10:00 to 29 Jan 2016 at 17:00.

Have your say as we start a new Transport Study for the West of England

The four West of England Councils would like your involvement in drawing up a study which will help steer transport investment and policy in our area over the next 20 years up to 2036.

The Joint Transport Study will be completed by the end of 2016. At this early stage we would like your views about the objectives of the study; what the existing transport issues are in our area; and what schemes you would like considered by the study.

You can view a Joint Transport Study summary and make comments using an online survey. A supporting technical paper called the ‘key principles’ report is also available on our website.

We are seeking views about the Joint Transport Study at the same time as a Joint Spatial Plan consultation.

Copies of the Joint Spatial Plan Issues and Options and Joint Transport Study documents will soon be available to view in local libraries and Council Offices throughout Bath and North East Somerset, Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire. A series of ‘road shows’ will be taking place across the four Council areas, details of which will be publicised on the website. These will provide the opportunity to talk to planners and transport officers about the issues raised.

Please let us have your views no later than Friday 29 January 2016.

If you have any questions please email comment@jointplanningwofe.org.uk or ring one of the following numbers, depending on which local authority area is relevant to you:

- Bath and North East Somerset - 01225 477548
- Bristol - 0117 903 6725
- North Somerset - 01934 426775
- South Gloucestershire - 01454 863469

Further information is also available at: www.jointplanningwofe.org.uk.

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