Local Transport Plan 5

Local Transport Plan 5

The Local Transport Plan in a strategic overview for transport and the network undertaken by transport authorities.

Milton Keynes City Council is preparing its 5th LTP which will look at plans for the next 10-15 years, tying in with core strategies such as MK Futures 2050 and the new City Plan. The LTP will look at how the network and transport in all modes might grow and change as the City does over this period.

The LTP will sit over other transport strategies and policies such as the Local Cycling and Walking Plan (LCWIP) and the Bus Service Improvement Plan (BSIP)

A number of surveys will be taken throughout this year in MK to understand more about peoples’ views and experiences. These will be undertaken through a range of platforms but will all be posted here, alongside some of the key learnings we take from those surveys. Whether you live, work, study or shop in Milton Keynes, and however you currently get about in the area please check back regularly as we will need your views to shape the future.

The first LTP is now live!

We are seeking your feedback on how you travel and why you make the travel choices that you do for a range of different journeys. This will give us a clear picture before we start to develop a new transport plan for Milton Keynes, which we hope to have ready for the start of 2025. This survey focuses on the journeys you make now, and what influences you to make certain travel choices. These surveys are open to all and every resident, but also those who travel into the city often. 

Have Your Say Today - How do you get around?

Building on the successes of the Local Plan consultation, we would like to continue to encourage young people to be engaged in shaping our future policies. As such, please find a LTP5 youth survey link below.

Have Your Say Today - Youth Survey - How do you get around?

EV Survey has closed

Thank you for contributing to the EV Survey. We received almost 400 responses and are currently analysing the results. The results of this survey will be used to help develop the new EV Strategy, due in 2025.