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Our 30-year vision for transport investment in the North of England includes a series of pan-northern transport objectives which need to be realised in order to achieve transformational growth for the North.
Key messages the Strategic transport Plan (STP) Our 30-year vision for transport investment in the North of England in order to achieve transformational growth for the North.
Evidence to accompany the Strategic Transport Plan Integrated Sustainability Appraisal
Atkins Limited has been commissioned by Transport for the North to undertake a Habitats Regulations Assessment Stage 1 Screening of the Transport for the North Strategic Transport Plan 2017. This information has been gathered to allow a decision on whether there will be any likely significant effects on European sites as a result of the Strategic Transport Plan 2017, and therefore if an appropriate assessment is required.
The updated report provides the baseline for understanding the North’s markets and travel patterns for road, rail, air, coastal shipping and inland waterway for freight.
The report looks at the road networks across the North of England, identifying the strengths and weaknesses that could impact on an efficient road transport structure, and points out the opportunities for improvement.
The purpose of this Executive Summary is to set out the ISA process and the outcomes derived from this and is intended to inform people who have a general interest in the Transport Strategy, but who are not concerned with its detailed technical assessment.
It is important that the delivery of the Strategic Transport Plan is done is a way which protects the environment, protects the human health and allows as many different people as possible the same opportunities for accessing the facilities and services they require whilst promoting sustainable economic growth. An ISA Framework has been defined, consisting of a series of objectives, against which the sustainability performance of the STP has been assessed.
This consultation draft Long Term Rail Strategy (LTRS) sets out Transport for the North’s (TfN) vision for the ongoing transformation of the North of England’s railway, covering the period up till 2050.
This report aims to give an overall view of TfN’s transport blueprint for the North, why it is needed, how it will be implemented and what the rewards will be to the region
To fully understand the impact that the Strategic Transport Plan will have the region’s rural and urban environments, the Integrated Sustainability Appraisal was commissioned to identify and highlight any potential issues and concerns that may affect the plans successful implementation.
Understanding the future travel needs of a transformed North of England is critical to understanding where improved connectivity and infrastructure investment is needed to support the levels of economic growth of the Northern Powerhouse.
The report considers the current state of the rail network in the North and make recommendations as to where and when improvements can be made so that the anticipated increase in capacity and usage, together with better connectivity, can be absorbed into the Strategic Transport Plan.
The report scrutinises the road networks across the North of England, identifying the threats and weaknesses that could impact on an efficient road transport structure, and the opportunities for improvement within current traffic corridors and new projects.
A report by Campaign for Better Transport for Transport for the North
The aim of Integrated and Smart Travel (IST) is to create smooth, seamless journeys across the region through one single payment point.
Illustrates TfN’s vision for the rail network in the North
Illustrates TfN’s vision for the road network in the North
This factsheet gives an overall view of all of the projects and consultations undertaken by TfN that supports Strategic Transport Plan
Sets out TfN's vision and values for the future of an integrated transport system in the North.