Connecting Places Strategies (CPS)
These place based strategies have been developed across five distinct areas of the county.
Each strategy is a live document which will be updated in line with the process outlined in Figure J of the Overarching Strategy.
The strategies identify key places and transport links across the county. A range of key priorities have been identified and a scheme appraisal process applied to proposed priorities in order to identify those that are compliant with delivering the LTP outcomes. This does not reflect a commitment by the county council to funding but rather a basis for future funding bids.
- Central Severn Vale CPS
- Forest of Dean CPS
- North Cotswold CPS
- South Cotswold CPS
- Stroud CPS
- Tewkesbury CPS
Gloucestershire County Council (GCC) has commissioned White Young Green (WYG) to carry out a multimodal corridor study of the A429/A433 corridor. The report provides a detailed review of existing traffic conditions, identifies current issues, provides recommendations for future improvements, and discusses potential funding opportunities. The purpose of the study was to develop a long term vision for the corridor and proposals on how to achieve it. The proposed measures are aimed at addressing both existing issues and problems expected to arise beyond 2031, and ensure that the corridor functions safely for all road users and supports the economy.