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Tees Valley Transport Strategy 20 October 2009. © Image Copyright. Enabler - not an end in itself Accessibility to jobs, education, services and other activities Agglomeration benefits A stronger and more efficient Tees Valley City Region competing nationally and internationally

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    1. Tees Valley Transport Strategy 20 October 2009 © Image Copyright

    2. Enabler - not an end in itself • Accessibility to jobs, education, services and other activities • Agglomeration benefits • A stronger and more efficient Tees Valley City Region competing nationally and internationally • Support regeneration and renaissance • A significant contribution to carbon emissions Wider Role of Transport © Image Copyright © Image Copyright © Image Copyright © Image Copyright

    3. Delivering a Sustainable Transport System (DaSTS)

    4. Measuring Outcomes

    5. Specific schemes (short to medium term, reasonable degree of certainty) Priority outcomes for corridors and places - focus for scheme development medium to longer term interventions Cross cutting themes on which concerted and coordinated action is needed at city region level Affordability and availability of funding will be critical issues – don’t forget revenue! Framework for Interventions

    6. Wider impacts on CO2 in Tees Valley Scope for low carbon generation Most significant carbon reductions to be achieved by move to lower emission vehicles Integrated approach to land-use planning Smarter choices Demand management Cross Cutting Theme: Reducing Carbon Emissions from Transport and Improving Energy Resilience

    7. Strengthening the contribution of bus Improve strategic connectivity to tackle congestion and strengthen agglomeration Role of Durham Tees Valley airport and how it is connected to the city region Defining a strategic framework for demand management More effective land use / transport integration Rail and road freight links and the role of Teesport Other Cross Cutting Themes

    8. Funding and Delivery • Innovative approach to delivery at different spatial scales • Funding freedoms and flexibility - forerunner status • Creating a strategic transport fund • Use LTP Integrated Block funding more strategically • Capture developer funding more effectively • Influence national investment • Revenue implications • Strategic prioritisation - provide greater certainty for scheme development and business case preparation • Develop pipeline of deliverable schemes