Page updated 20 May 2013
Hampshire County Council’s new Local Transport Plan (LTP) was formally approved at a full meeting of the County Council on 24 February 2011.
On 2 April 2013 the Executive Member for Environment and Transport approved a rolled forward Three-Year Implementation Plan, and a series of minor revisions to the Long Term Strategy as part of a process of annual review and revision which is carried out each spring.
The new Local Transport Plan (LTP) can be downloaded below. It is written in two parts:
20-year Strategy, which sets out a long-term vision for how the transport network of Hampshire will be developed over the next 20 years
three-year Implementation Plan setting out planned expenditure on transport over the period April 2013 to March 2016
The Plan builds on the successes of previous local transport plans and seeks to make improvements to the transport system which will benefit people living and working in Hampshire. It has been produced following extensive consultation with the public and our strategic partners.
The Hampshire LTP has been subject to Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) and Habitats Regulations Assessment (HRA) Screening Report. The SEA process has incorporated the requirement to carry out an assessment of the health impacts of the policies and measures contained within the LTP. An equalities impact assessment (EIA) has been carried out on the final Hampshire LTP document.
An SEA Environmental Report was produced in July 2010. This was supplemented by an Addendum to the Environmental Report, to identify changes made to the LTP following consultation.
All these documents are available for download.
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