Priorities for Transport East
Cleaner, greener, healthier transport options to reduce the emissions that contribute to climate change and poor air quality.
Enhanced links between our fast growing places and business clusters; enabling the area to function as a coherent economy, improving productivity and prosperity.
Better connected ports and airports to help UK businesses thrive and boost the nation’s economy through greater access to international markets and foreign direct investment.
A reinvented, sustainable coast for the 21st century which powers the UK through energy generation. Supporting our productive rural communities and attracting visitors all year round.
Advocating for transport investment in Parliament
This week we were in Parliament speaking to regional MPs, council and business leaders at the East of England All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) annual reception, hosted with the East of England Local Government Association (EELGA). A roadmap for achieving…
We need to help people in the region walk and cycle more often, if the East is to meet ambitious net zero carbon emission targets. More trips by foot or bike would also bring health, economic, safety and environmental benefits. This is the conclusion of a joint report by Transport East and Sustrans on active travel. The report…Read More
This week we were in Parliament speaking to regional MPs, council and business leaders at the East of England All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) annual reception, hosted with the East of England Local Government Association (EELGA). A roadmap for achieving sustainable, climate positive and inclusive growth throughout the region was presented to Government. We also…Read More
Transport East has made a submission into government’s Spending Review 2021. In it we set out how we can work with government over the next three years to deliver regional and national priorities. With the right investment we can help the regional economy recover, while boosting efforts to meet net zero transport. The Spending Review…Read More