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Proposed Transport for Norwich Strategy

We want your views on our proposed Transport for Norwich strategy.

Zero carbon, less congestion and supporting the economy are all parts of the vision for Norwich’s transport future and the following consultation gives you the opportunity to learn about the proposals in more detail and share your views on them. The feedback received will help shape the final strategy and action plan for the Norwich network over the years to come.

Have your say

Please click on the button below to view the consultation documents and take part in our survey. As well as the strategy document itself, we are also seeking feedback on two supporting documents, the Sustainability Appraisal (SA) and the Habitats Regulations Assessment (HRA).

There are two sections to the consultation – the first looks at the vision and themes for delivery at a high level and the second gives the opportunity to respond to more detailed information, including key actions and statements of policy.

Take part in our survey

Next steps

The deadline for comments is Friday 8 October. Feedback from the survey will be used to shape the strategy before a final version is adopted later this year.

After the strategy and its key priorities are agreed, the next stage will be to produce an action plan which would start to look in more detail at ways the overall vision could be achieved. The action plan could include detailed work to investigate ideas to cut carbon and improve air quality, such as congestion charging and workplace parking levies.

This page will be kept up to date with the latest progress on the project.


The new Transport for Norwich Strategy will sit alongside the countywide Local Transport Plan which was backed by the county council’s Cabinet in August this year. Both these documents will support the county council’s pledge to achieve net zero carbon by 2030, which councillors adopted as part of the authority’s Environmental Policy in November 2019.

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