LTP and ROWIP Integration Good practice note (NE325)

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Natural England, the Department for Transport and the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs want to achieve a national transport framework that will improve all kinds of access to meet the needs of everyday lives – to increase walking and cycling opportunities, a more interesting and connected access network. We want to ensure that travel to work and services in our towns and cities and to the wealth of wildlife and landscapes in our countryside are easier to experience and enjoy. Linking rights of way improvement plans to local transport plans has an important role to play in today’s society as we set out on the path to a greener, healthier, low carbon society where the wonders of the natural environment can be brought into everybody’s life. This good practice note gives advice on how to achieve these outcomes and make efficient use of funding through joined up working.
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