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Let’s Talk Transport is the easiest way for people to get involved in shaping the future of Staffordshire’s transport network.

In 2024, we’re developing a new Local Transport Plan. It will describe Staffordshire's future transport network and the practical steps we, and others, need to take to get there. The plan will include all the ways we get around, and how we manage our roads.

The plan will:

o Outline the future vision for our transport network in 2050, together with the policies, plans, and programmes needed to realise it.

o Describe our aspirations for walking, cycling, wheeling, public transport, rail, car-based travel, and freight.

o Describe our aspirations regarding the management and maintenance of local roads.

o Explain how we will prioritise, fund, deliver and monitor the schemes necessary to achieve the vision.

o Set out our 'asks' of our partners and Government, whose cooperation is essential to realise the vision.

o Align with, and support, the council’s broader strategies, plans, and priorities.


Get Involved

We’re putting this plan together with the help of Staffordshire residents, local businesses and key partners.

We’re really keen to know what you think, so we’ll be holding some face-to-face sessions, online webinars, and surveys over the coming months.

Click here to join our email list. You’ll be the first to hear about any new events regarding the Local Transport Plan, giving you the chance to voice your opinions.


All data collected on this page will be processed in line with our privacy notice. We will use the information that you have given us in order to:

  • Enable us to develop transport strategies, including but not limited to the Local Transport Plan and ensuring equality of those strategies to all of Staffordshire’s residents,
  • Secure funding for transport infrastructure, transport services, travel planning and behavioural change programmes, and
  • Construct traffic, transport and carbon models and support analytical transport planning.



Let’s Talk Transport is the easiest way for people to get involved in shaping the future of Staffordshire’s transport network.

In 2024, we’re developing a new Local Transport Plan. It will describe Staffordshire's future transport network and the practical steps we, and others, need to take to get there. The plan will include all the ways we get around, and how we manage our roads.

The plan will:

o Outline the future vision for our transport network in 2050, together with the policies, plans, and programmes needed to realise it.

o Describe our aspirations for walking, cycling, wheeling, public transport, rail, car-based travel, and freight.

o Describe our aspirations regarding the management and maintenance of local roads.

o Explain how we will prioritise, fund, deliver and monitor the schemes necessary to achieve the vision.

o Set out our 'asks' of our partners and Government, whose cooperation is essential to realise the vision.

o Align with, and support, the council’s broader strategies, plans, and priorities.


Get Involved

We’re putting this plan together with the help of Staffordshire residents, local businesses and key partners.

We’re really keen to know what you think, so we’ll be holding some face-to-face sessions, online webinars, and surveys over the coming months.

Click here to join our email list. You’ll be the first to hear about any new events regarding the Local Transport Plan, giving you the chance to voice your opinions.


All data collected on this page will be processed in line with our privacy notice. We will use the information that you have given us in order to:

  • Enable us to develop transport strategies, including but not limited to the Local Transport Plan and ensuring equality of those strategies to all of Staffordshire’s residents,
  • Secure funding for transport infrastructure, transport services, travel planning and behavioural change programmes, and
  • Construct traffic, transport and carbon models and support analytical transport planning.



Please let us know what you think about the Local Transport Plan's vision. The vision is:

A net-zero transport system that supports sustainable economic prosperity, healthy, safe and inclusive communities, and excellent quality of life for residents, whilst seeking to enhance the built and natural environments.

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Page last updated: 14 Jun 2024, 12:24 PM