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Brighton and Hove Liberal Democrats

CITY PLAN PART TWO: ENVIRONMENT AND TRANSPORT ISSUES

October 30, 2020 3:00 PM

Accessibility and Affordability are important transport principles. The Service, Maintenance, and general Work requirements of local residents and businesses also require that people are able to get around the City. It is also important for quality of life. These are key considerations when developing the City's transport strategy.

Environmental considerations should be at the heart of planning and transport policies. We need to encourage walking and cycling wherever feasible for short journeys whilst also encouraging the use of public transport and more eco-friendly car use.

DM33 SAFE, SUSTAINABLE AND ACTIVE TRAVEL (P98-101)

There needs to be a balance between the needs of motor vehicles (including motor cycles); buses; cyclists; and pedestrians. (Justification: Demographic Trends; Diversity; Preventing Discrimination)

(Justification: Health; Environment;Economy)

DM38 TRANSPORT INTERCHANGES

DM37/38:-

DM39:-