Our LTP will set out plans, policies and ambitions for transport services and transport investment in the city region until 2040. The current LTP3 was published in 2011 is two separate documents (covering Merseyside and Halton), and needs to be updated with input from the public.
With a clear vision and goals, the plan provides a blueprint for making the public transport network more integrated, sustainable and accessible to all – which are the key pillars of Liverpool City Region Mayor Steve Rotheram’s vision for a London style transport system.
It sets out what transport needs to do in order to continue to support communities, our economy and the Combined Authority’s wider objectives as a city region, looking at our overarching ambitions for rail, bus, active travel and more. It also recognises that we live in uncertain times, and where new technology is also changing how we work, live and travel.
Making improvements to our transport network would have a positive and direct impact on communities, including helping people to access new homes, jobs, skills, and everyday services, improving health and quality of life and moving people and goods in a clean and efficient way.
We have received lots of comments during the consultation period which ran from May to July, on our Vision and Goals document, and we are continuing with our in-depth consultation and engagement across the city region with a targeted range of people, young and old.
We will continue to update this page as the work to develop our fourth Local Transport Pan progresses, and you can contact us for more details at firstname.lastname@example.org.