Luton Transport Plan consultation

Closes 15 Nov 2020

Transport strategy and policies

The questions on this page refer to the Transport Strategy and Policies document.

1. A draft Climate Change action plan, agreed in January 2020, set out the following opportunities to reduce carbon emissions. How successful do you feel each will be in reducing carbon emissions? Please rank these from 1 to 6, where 1 is most successful and 6 is least successful.
2. Given that half of all journeys to work for people who live or work in Luton are less than 5 miles, do you consider that by 2040 a tenfold increase in cycling and to double walking is achievable?
3. 10. Section 7.2.2 of the Transport Strategy sets out our approach to cycling and walking (see also section 10.2 of the Transport Policies). The focus of cycling is to improve connectivity to Luton town centre, rail stations and the hospital, together with employment, Further Education and leisure facilities, and for walking is to improve connectivity within 2 miles of the town centre and to schools. Do you agree or disagree with our approach to cycling and walking?
4. Section 7.2.3 of the Transport Strategy proposes the following measures to improve bus services (see also section 10.3 of the Transport Policies). How important are these measures to you? Please rank from 1 to 6 where 1 is most important and 6 is least important.
5. In addition to improving walking, cycling and public transport, Section 7.2.4 of the Transport Strategy (see also section 11.2 of the Transport Policies) sets out other considerations to improve the view of the street in local communities. How important are these considerations to you?Please rank from 1 to 4 with 1 being most important and 4 being least important.
6. Section 7.2.7 of the Transport Strategy proposes the introduction of mobility hubs at strategic locations and local centres with a range of shared transport measures (see also section 10.1 of the Transport Policies). How important are these measures to you? Please rank from 1 to 4 where 1 is most important and 4 is least important.