Surrey County Council has started consultation on its Transport Plan 4, which includes plans to reduce carbon emissions by 46%
The LTP4 will supersede the LTP3 following adoption in 2022, said the council.
Proposals to 2030 and beyond include: increasing safer and improved walking and cycling routes to encourage people out of their cars; providing more charging points and parking for electric vehicles; more bus services; charging for transport use and introducing car clubs; as well as improving internet connections and redesigning neighbourhoods that enable easier access to local services, reducing the need to travel by car.
“Our new transport plan sets out our ambitious roadmap for a transport network in Surrey that meets the needs of the future. Crucially this includes proposals to help tackle the climate emergency and become a carbon free county by 2050,” said the council.