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With the development of our railway station into a transport hub, an extended world-class tram system, and a fantastic bus network that has two award-winning bus operators; Nottingham is one of the leading cities in the UK for public transport.

To deliver this vision the Council needs a strong and clear strategy.

Nottingham Local Transport Plan

The Nottingham Local Transport Plan (LTP) is a statutory document and outlines the City Council's long term transport strategy and three-year rolling investment programme. The current LTP came into effect on 1 April 2011. Each year, an implementation plan is produced, with the latest version found below:

Local Cycling Walking and Infrastructure Plan

The four authorities of Derby, Derbyshire, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire have worked together to prepare a Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP). The LCWIP identifies the routes for which we would like to see investment in cycling and walking improvements over the next 15 years. Further work to update Nottingham City’s programme is taking place following a public consultation.  

The City Council has published many other supplementary transport plans to the Nottingham Local Transport Plan. These documents can be accessed here by clicking the link to Download the file:

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