About the City Mobility Plan
The City Mobility Plan will set the strategic approach for how people and goods travel into, and around, our growing city, replacing the Council’s Local Transport Strategy.
The City Mobility Plan is being prepared alongside the early stages of City Plan 2030 so that new development will improve choices for people to lead healthier lives, through improved provision for walking and cycling and better links to public transport. Regional activity will also feature in the strategy, given the impact of commuter travel on our transport network and Edinburgh’s important focus for retail and leisure.
A draft City Mobility Plan is scheduled to be reported to the Council’s Transport and Environment Committee in December 2019.
Edinburgh is part of a European network of cities dedicated to cleaner, better transport in Europe through the Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan programme.