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.
Peninsula Transport welcomes the recent Government announcement regarding the £38 million in funding to support a new road scheme in Devon. The scheme includes plans to improve the A382 in Newton Abbot between the Trago Mills roundabout and Forches Cross and...read more
Peninsula Transport welcomes the Government’s decision to grant a development consent order for the A303 Sparkford to Ilchester dualling by Rt Hon Grant Shapps MP, Secretary of State for Transport.
Peninsula Transport Chair Councillor Geoff Brown said: “Upgrading the road to a dual carriageway between Sparkford and Ilchester is an important milestone in delivering much needed improvements to the A303/A358/A30 corridor…
Peninsula Transport has welcomed the opening of the Nexus link road, part of a multi-million project to upgrade Taunton’s M5 Junction 25. The link road is the next key stage in the £19.2m improvement of Junction 25, which will deliver significantly increased capacity when finished next summer…read more