'Transport is something that effects everyone, so the public's input on this will be important'
The public is set to be have a chance to help shape a strategy to tackle transport challenges and support ambitions for growth in Cambridgeshire over the next 30 years.
The Combined Authority’s Local Transport Plan (LTP) will provide the policy foundation and strategic context for key projects like the Wisbech rail link, dualling of the A47 and A10 and CAM Metro as well as the ongoing work to reform the bus network.
The Combined Authority Board is being recommended to approve a widespread community and stakeholder consultation on the LTP, which would see half-day public events held across the whole area. There would also be the opportunity to contribute to the consultation online. This process is expected to begin from June 2019, running for around 12 weeks.
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