The citywide consultation about the future of transport in Leeds will end on 11 April, so there’s no better time than now to have your say.
The draft Connecting Leeds transport strategy is for everyone to enjoy healthy, affordable and low carbon travel choices. The strategy aims to tackle the climate emergency, deliver inclusive growth, and improve the health and well-being of Leeds residents. It’s about the universal access to accessible, affordable and sustainable travel choice.
Don’t miss your last chance to have your say, as the consultation comes to a close on Sunday 11 April.
There have been an number of online webinars as part of this, if you missed them you can catch up with them here https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLggQFjpTLgpIsUUkFuM7xSKYBmJXrJpcF
And you can read more about the plans and share your views here https://leedstransportstrategy.commonplace.is/overview?utm_campaign=LIP
Six Big Moves
A reminder that the six ‘big moves’ outlined in the strategy act as an action plan to create a people-first, affordable and integrated transport network across the city that isn’t reliant upon the private car. They are:
• Thinking about transport differently
• Transforming the city centre
• Opportunities for mass transport
• Enhancing public transport
• De-carbonising transport
• Creating healthier streets, spaces and communities.