Local transport strategy
How we chose to travel, along with the efficiency and how effective our transport networks are, affect not only our economy and environment, but also our ability to access services and our communities.
Each Scottish local authority is required to produce a Local Transport Strategy (LTS). Stirling's Local Transport Strategy sets out the Council's transport policies and programmes.
This supports the Council's and the Stirling Community Planning Partnership's economic, social and environmental objectives. Stirling's LTS also seeks to support national and regional transport strategies.
You can find more information on these strategies on the links below:
National – Click here
Regional – Click here
Within Stirling, the Local Transport Strategy document sets out the Council's objectives.
To view Stirling’s strategy documents click on the following link:
How the strategy is delivered is set out via several supporting plans. These can be found by clicking on any relevant link below:
- Active Travel Action Plan
- Parking Policy
- Road Asset Management Plan
- Road Safety Plan
- Towns, Villages and Rural Area Transport Plan
- 'Ensuring a Choice of Access to New Developments' - Supplementary Guidance The success in delivering Stirling's Local Transport Strategy must be kept under review. To do this we will produce annual monitoring statements to keep the public informed, as well as undertaking regular programme and strategy reviews.Local transport strategy – Monitoring statements and Reviews:
- You can view previous monitoring statements and reviews by clicking on any of the relevant links below:
Monitoring and Review
- 2018/19 LTS Annual Monitoring Statement
- 2016/17 LTS Annual Monitoring Statement
- 2016 LTS Strategy Review
- 2014/15 LTS Annual Monitoring Statement
- 2013/14 LTS Annual Monitoring Statement
- 2012/13 LTS Annual Monitoring Statement
- 2011 LTS Mid-term Strategy Review (summary)
- 2011 LTS Mid-term Strategy Review (full document)
Last updated: Friday, October 23, 2020 10:34 AM