A Local Transport Plan (LTP) is where we look at the transport needs of the Metropolitan Area and set out a way forward to deliver those needs through short, medium and long term transport solutions.
The LTP will also set out how our transport network can play its part in the transformation of the West Midlands economy. It will demonstrate how this will bring real benefits to people through its contribution to economic revival, creation of jobs, improved accessibility, improved local and national connections by road and rail and better quality of life.
Click here to link to the page where the final approved LTP3 documents can be viewed and downloaded.
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