Leeds transport conversation – have you had your say?

The draft plans for the for the future of transport in Leeds are now available for you to read and a new consultation is being lauched for residents to ask questions and give their views.  The more people who get involved,  the better the needs of the whole Leeds community will be reflected.

Transport Strategy

The council’s transport plans aim to tackle the climate emergency, deliver inclusive growth, and improve the health and well-being of Leeds residents.

The six ‘big moves’ outlined 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.                                                        

The integration of more walking and cycling into our daily travel habits alongside the enhancement of public transport will help to reduce congestion, continue to improve air quality and lessen the impact on the environment when accessing education, employment, leisure and local services.

Our plans are for everyone to enjoy healthy, affordable and access low carbon travel choices. It sets out a vision for Leeds and the big moves we need to take to get us there.

Find out more and complete the consultation

To enable everyone to participate and to help shape the transport strategy, city-wide consultations are running from now until 26 March 2021. Follow the discussion on Twitter and Facebook using #Leedstransport.

There will also be a series of webinars planned where you can hear more about it, the first one is on Monday February 1st at 3pm and you can see more details and book a place here: Eventbrite/connecting Leeds