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Local Transport Plans are public documents that set out highway policies. They show the strategies, objectives and targets that have been put in place to improve local transport

A Local Transport Plan normally covers a period of 5 years. They are submitted to the Department for Transport and are used to:
  • inform decisions on funding for local authorities
  • inform the development of our policies on local transport
  • monitor the delivery of key national objectives and targets
Local Transport Plans do not just focus on individual transport schemes. They also take a broader view of how transport measures can help achieve wider and longer-term objectivesWith Local Transport Plans we can help to improve the quality of life of people who live and work in our towns, cities and countryside. They do this by encouraging social inclusion and helping people to get to jobs and the services they need.

West Midlands local transport plan

The West Midlands Local Transport Plan page has more on getting around the region now and in the future.

Dudley travel plan

We are using Company Travelwise to help promote a travel awareness message throughout the wider community. Travel Plans are an important way to meet our sustainable transport policies and the Local Transport Plan.

Traffic consultation

Here you can find a list of all our consultations. Some maybe ongoing, and some may have ended. We want to hear your views and will enter details of their plans, background information and how to have your say.

Electric vehicles

Transport is the greatest emitter of greenhouse gases. It is also responsible for much of our roadside air pollution. Taking more traditional vehicles off the road and replacing them with electric vehicles can help address this.

Contact us

Telephone: 0300 555 2345

Travel Plan
Economic Regeneration & Transportation
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