The guidelines present best practice approaches to preparing an integrated transport plan together with details of suggested principles and policy context.
They highlight the importance and opportunities for partnership and community involvement in identifying, understanding and resolving local transport issues.
The guidelines are not a statutory procedure or prescriptive policy. They are to assist local governments to plan for their communities transport needs. The document is presented in seven parts under three main headings: Background and Context; Guidance; and Overview and Practice.
Several local case studies are reviewed and a detailed template and checklist for developing an integrated transport plan is included.
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