We want you to help us plan the future of transport in Norwich.
The current transport strategy has been in place since 2004 and has seen significant changes to the city, including transformation of the Westlegate area into a new public space and changes to St Stephens Street and Chapel Field North that have improved journey times for buses.
As we look to the future of investment in our network, we want to update the strategy to match the changing needs of the city and Greater Norwich as it continues to grow.
We put together a short survey to find out how people travel around Norwich and what their priorities are for the city’s transport in the future. The survey ran between 15 January and 22 March 2018 alongside the Greater Norwich Local Plan (GNLP) consultation.
We had a great response with more than 1,500 people sharing their views. The results from the multiple choice section of the survey put investment in public transport as the number one priority for the area. Read more about the survey results. We are now in the process of analysing the free text responses to help us put together more detailed proposals on our approach to transport over the coming years. We will keep this web page updated with details of how the project is progressing.
For more information on the GNLP, please visit www.gnlp.org.uk.
This survey was the first stage in putting together an updated Transport for Norwich strategy. The existing document, known as the Norwich Area Transport Strategy (NATS), was adopted in 2004, with the implementation plan of projects following in 2010. Read more about the history of NATS.