Our vision is to transform transport across the peninsula, enabling our society and economy to thrive and our unique and outstanding environment to flourish
Peninsula Transport is a shadow sub-national transport body, bringing together the five lead transport authorities in the peninsula; Cornwall, Devon, Plymouth, Somerset and Torbay to transform the economic potential of the region.
Working closely with co-opted members and key stakeholders from the private and public sector, the partnership is responsible for defining and delivering the strategic transport priorities for the peninsula.
The South West peninsula is an amazing place to live and work. Transport connections are vital for much of our activity and so our vision is for an enhanced transport system: more efficient, resilient and cleaner, helping to make the peninsula even better.
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A regional transport strategy
The first priority for Peninsula Transport is the development of a regional transport strategy, which plans and prioritises strategic infrastructure across the peninsula over the next thirty years. Speaking with one voice we will continue to build on our strong relationships and achievements to secure the best for our region.
National Highways to hold supplementary consultation on design changes to the A358 Taunton to Southfields Dualling Scheme 24 May – 26 June 2022
National Highways is holding a supplementary consultation on the A358 Taunton to Southfields Dualling Scheme. This improvement scheme will help to upgrade the route between the south west and London and the south east, while also delivering benefits for local people....read more
Peninsula Transport’s Chairman, Councillor Andrea Davis, reflects on the opportunities and value of being part of the STB family in the run-up to the inaugural STB Conference. The South West peninsula is an amazing place to live, visit and work, with its bustling...read more
Councillor Andrea Davis, Peninsula Rail Task Force (PRTF) spokesperson and Chairman of Peninsula Transport said: “The Peninsula Rail Task Force welcomes a further £32 million from the Department for Transport to install new netting and fencing along the Dawlish rail...read more