WREXHAM Council is urging residents to have their say on transport in the county borough.
The Local Transport Plan (LTP) 2001-2006, which sets out the programme for transport in the county borough, is halfway through its time-scale and Wrexham Council is now calling on residents to put forward their views on what has been achieved.
The LTP was initially prepared in 2000 following extensive consultations and the aims, objectives, policies and programmes of the plan were prepared using the feedback received.
It aims to address transport issues in the county and outlines how the council is committed to finding sustainable solutions to transport issues.
The plan meets the Welsh Assembly Government's requirements to reduce traffic congestion and offer a greater choice of transport modes with less dependency on the car.
Chief Transportation and Engineering Officer Rob Wilkinson said: 'We don't want to be complacent - it is three years since we sought your views and since that time we have made progress.
'We want to ensure that we are still delivering what people told us they wanted. We are committed to listening and working with others to develop solutions that have local support and meet local needs.'
Copies of the Local Transport Plan newsletter and a feedback form are available in all council receptions and libraries or on www.wrexham.gov.uk.
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