Local Transport Plan 4
The draft East Sussex Local Transport Plan 2024 – 2050 (also known as LTP4), sets out how we will plan and provide transport for residents, businesses and visitors in East Sussex now and for future generations, to help connect them with the places they need to go on a daily basis.
It sets out how we plan to:
- enable safer and more accessible journeys
- develop healthy places to enable people to live well
- decarbonise transport to help us to achieve net zero targets by 2050 at the latest
- maintain and strengthen our transport networks so that they are resilient
- support a more equitable, inclusive, and sustainable economy within our coastal towns, market towns and villages in more rural areas
Draft LTP4 and supporting documents
- Integrated Impact Assessment
- Health Impact Assessment
- Habitats Regulation Assessment
- Equalities Impact Assessment
Some of the figures, tables and maps are not in an accessible format. If you need an alternative format, please contact the Local Transport Plan team
Supporting modal strategies
There are some other strategies and plans, focusing on specific modes of transport, that support the Local Transport Plan:
- Local Cycling & Walking Infrastructure Plan
Proposed cycling and walking networks and measures within specific areas of the County.
- Bus Service Improvement Plan (BSIP)
Our plans and supporting policies to improve bus services for the County.
- Rail Development Strategy
Our priorities for rail services and infrastructure improvements in East Sussex.
We want you to have your say on the future of transport in the County. Our consultation closes 25 February 2024:
If you are planning your response before you complete the survey online, you can check our full list of survey questions.
We will be hosting events online and across the county during the consultation period where officers will be available to discuss LTP4 and answer any queries you may have. Our events run up to February 2024:
- Email - LocalTransportPlan@EastSussex.gov.uk
- Telephone: 0345 608 0190 lines (open 8am to 5pm, Monday to Thursday, and 8am to 4.30pm on Friday) and ask to be put through to the Local Transport Plan Team.
- Library drop-in sessions