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The third Local Transport Plan (LTP3) is a statutory document which sets out our transport objectives, policies and strategy for the county.

We updated the LTP3 in 2014 to reflect new data and changing context with regard to funding and development plans, to cover the period to 2031, as we have a duty to ensure that it remains current. We have not changed the objectives or policy direction of the plan, which was adopted in 2011. We consulted on the draft refreshed LTP3 in June - July 2014.

The Local Transport Plan documents

The Local Transport Plan 3 (2011- 2031)

Size: 17.33 MB File format: pdf

Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) Statement

Size: 1.10 MB File format: pdf

Long Term Transport Strategy (LTTS)

Size: 8.09 MB File format: pdf

Final Environmental Report

Size: 3.24 MB File format: pdf

Environmental Report appendices

Size: 4.76 MB File format: pdf

Rights of Way Improvement Plan

The First Rights of Way Improvement Plan was adopted in 2006 as part of the Cambridgeshire Local Transport Plan 2006-2011. The Plan was formulated following considerable research, data gathering and extensive public and stakeholder consultation with the Local Access Forum playing a key part in the plan's development. The Plan is well used and has been invaluable in helping to bring about improvements to the rights of way network and enhancing countryside access.

The Updated Rights of Way Improvement Plan (ROWIP) provides an update to the first ROWIP that was published in 2006, in line with the requirements of the Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000. This update summarises the progress made since the first ROWIP was adopted in 2006 and sets out future challenges for rights of way and countryside access to 2031 in the form of updated Statements of Action. This update to the ROWIP will form part of the third iteration of the Local Transport Plan, which is known as LTP3.

First Rights of Way Improvement Plan


Size: 2.90 MB File format: pdf

Updated Rights of Way Improvement Plan


Size: 6.15 MB File format: pdf

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