Milton Keynes City Council is asking residents to share their views on the type and location of almost 1,500 electric vehicle charging points to be installed by 2025, as well as on other green travel options.
The city council is seeking feedback for its Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Strategy which it will then use to plan investment into infrastructure around the city. The strategy looks further than electric vehicles, with options for further investment to be considered for e-bikes, electric scooters and other modes of sustainable transport.
People can share their views online through the Commonplace platform. The survey is open until March 2024 to all residents as well as frequent visitors to the city.
The Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Strategy is being developed alongside a larger transport strategy; the city’s fifth Local Transport Plan (LTP), which covers proposals for the next 10-15 years, tying in with core strategies such as Milton Keynes Strategy for 2050 and the New City Plan.