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Transport strategy

Developing our Strategic Investment Plan

Connecting the South East: A bold and ambitious plan

This summer we will go out to public consultation on our draft Strategic Investment Plan (SIP) – an ambitious but achievable multi-modal investment plan that will be the blueprint for future investment in strategic transport infrastructure for the next thirty years.

Developed in partnership with Steer, WSP and KPMG, our strategic investment plan builds on our transport strategy and brings together previously published work including area and thematic studies to present an investment plan which aims to boost the economy and make life better for people, for business and for the environment.

With input from local authorities across the region, government, Network Rail, National Highways and other key stakeholders, this investment plan is one that has truly been developed by the South East, for the South East.

The plan describes the framework required for delivering TfSE’s vision and objectives to achieve a modern, integrated and sustainable transport network for the South East. It sets out where, when and under what conditions, packages of schemes, interventions and wider policy initiatives should be implemented to achieve the vision for 2050.

This plan will build on our transport strategy and bring together our area studies and thematic studies; Future Mobility and Freight, Logistics and Gateways, to present an investment plan which aims to boost the economy and make life better for people, for business and for the environment.

“A vast amount of work has gone in to working with our partners and stakeholders across the region to investigate the issues, challenges and opportunities identified in the transport strategy. Now is the time to deliver an ambitious but achievable investment plan that will make life better for people, for business and for the environment.”

Councillor Keith Glazier, Chair of Transport for the South East