Haringey's Transport Strategy for 2018 - consultation
Adopted March 2018
The new Transport Strategy provides the transport vision for the borough over the next 10 years.
What we consulted on
Haringey is consulting on its new Transport Strategy which will provide the transport vision for the borough over the next 10 years.
A new strategy is needed to update the existing Transport Strategy and to take account of the new Mayor of London’s Transport Strategy (MTS) which was consulted on during autumn 2017.
The new strategy will also support Haringey’s next Local Implementation plan which will be produced once the Mayor of London has adopted his MTS.
The Transport Strategy provides the strategic vision and statement of Haringey’s ambitions for transport and highlights the borough’s key commitments over the next 10 years. Haringey will prepare a set of actions plans over the next 12 months which will outline how this vision will be achieved. These actions plans may include: a walking and cycling action plan, a parking action plan and a sustainable travel action plan.
The public consultation on the new Transport Strategy closed on Friday 22 December 2017 and all the representations were considered and responded to. See the consultation responses below.
- Transport Strategy Equalities Impact Assessment (EQIA) (PDF, 129KB)
- Public consultation comments and the council’s responses (PDF, 227KB)
- Haringey Cycling Campaign’s consultation comments and the council’s responses (PDF, 418KB)
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