England’s Economic Heartland is consulting on the powers it wants to hold as a statutory sub-national transport body.
Statutory status would automatically grant EEH general functions under the Local Transport Act 2008, including responsibility for preparing a transport strategy and advising the secretary of state on the area’s Strategic Road Network and rail network.
The EEH also wants:
EEH covers an area of central southern England stretching from Swindon in the west to Cambridgeshire in the east.
Consultation on the powers runs alongside a consultation on a draft transport strategy (LTT 26 Jun). Both run to 6 October.
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