Elgin Transport Strategy
Elgin Transport Strategy
The Elgin Transport Strategy was approved at the Moray Council meeting on 9th August 2017 . Further details on the Elgin Transport Strategy are available via the dedicated Moray Council webpage.
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Second Moray Local Transport Strategy
The Second Moray Local Transport Strategy (MLTS2) has been prepared in order to help plan for improved transport infrastructure and services in the area.
In accordance with guidance issued by the Scottish Government the Local Transport Strategy has been developed through the Scottish Government Transport Appraisal Guidance (STAG) planning and appraisal process and the requirements of the Strategic Environmental (SEA) Regulations.
All comments received on the proposals being brought forward in the draft Local Transport Strategy and the associated Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) were reported to the Economic Development and Infrastructure Committee on Tuesday 8 March 2011.
The Approved MLTS2 document has been prepared in two sections, available below.
A series of documents have been prepared. They can be viewed/downloaded via the links below:
Strategic Environmental Assessment (Full) (pdf) - 30/04/2010
Moray Council Active Travel Strategy 2016-2012
A strategy which aims to encourage healthier and more sustainable means of travel was approved by members of the Economic Development and Infrastructure Services Committee on the 14th March 2017 .
The five-year active travel strategy sets out how the council will promote more non-motorised travel for residents and visitors, such as walking and cycling.
The strategy has been developed following consultation with a wide range of interests including health professionals, transport organisations, planners and sports groups.
We are represented within the statutory regional transport partnership HITRANS which covers Eilean Siar (Western Isles), Orkney, Highland, Moray and most of the Argyll and Bute area (Helensburgh and Lomond is covered by SPT).
The scheme to dual the A96 between Inverness and Aberdeen is being promoted by Transport Scotland as the Trunk Road Authority. Read more on our A96 dualling webpage.
Find out more using the links below:
A95 Route Study
Moray Economic Partnership, The Moray Council and HITRANS commissioned a study into the A95 looking at the potential to improve the route. The route study can be found here (PDF).