Aberdeen Local Transport Strategy – Main Issues ConsultationDeadline 14 November 2021
“The Aberdeen Local Transport Strategy sets out the city’s ambitions for the development of the transport network over a five year period. This includes a vision and objectives for the city’s transport network as well as identifying multiple actions to be completed over the lifespan of the strategy to improve the transport network. It deals with all modes and aspects of transport including walking, wheeling, cycling, public transport, freight, taxis, motorcycles, car sharing, car clubs, car and van use, parking and low carbon fuels as well as the relationship between transport and other areas such as land use, placemaking, the economy, development of communities, health and the environment. It also relies on input from members of the public and stakeholders to ensure it reflects the needs of people so we really want to hear from you.
We are starting the process with our Main Issues Consultation. As part of this, we are looking to get the views of stakeholders as to what you consider to be the main issues for transport in Aberdeen, currently and in the future. This includes investigating:
– What people think are the main problems
– What people think are the main opportunities
– What works well
– What doesn’t work well
– What improvements could be suggested
– What is still relevant from the current Local Transport Strategy
– What else we should take account of when planning the transport network.
The results of this consultation will then inform the draft version of the next Local Transport Strategy which we are planning to start writing in 2022. This will be consulted on too once ready.”