Local Transport & Connectivity Plan

Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority


Following his election in May 2021, Mayor Dr Nik Johnson committed to bring forward an ambitious strategy to make transport in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough better, faster, safer, and more reliable for all users. A new Local Transport and Connectivity Plan (LTCP) will set this policy framework for future investment in the region. For the LTCP to be successful it needs to unlock political and stakeholder support at both a local and national level.

Our Role

Our work seeks to build a coalition of supporters for the LTCP and the changes it will unlock. The first phase of our work has focused on engagement with local council leaders, business, education, and special interest stakeholders to seek their views and input on the draft LTCP, before it is adopted by the Combined Authority.


The next phase of work will be to continue to work with key stakeholders as the draft LTCP further develops, ahead of submission to the Department for Transport in 2023.

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