Second Interim Report on the Sustainable Transport Policy
Produced by the
Climate Emergency (Infrastructure and Environment)
Government of Jersey, Strategic Policy, Planning and Performance
and published on
21 Dec 2021
Prepared internally, no external cost
The Second Interim Report on the Sustainable Transport Policy sets out updates on the Government of Jersey’s commitments to the principles outlined in the Sustainable Transport Policy, which was adopted by the States in early 2020.
The report comprises of two parts:
- update on strategic issues
- update on delivery
The update on strategic issues includes:
- the wider context of public consultation on the Rapid Plan
- how the Sustainable Transport Policy links to the draft Carbon Neutral Roadmap
- recently delivered public engagement exercises
Most importantly, it raises the issue of integrated delivery and opportunities for development in order to achieve the Sustainable Transport Policy vision.
The update on delivery builds on the progress made in each of the rapid plans, including;
- Active Travel Plan
- Bus Service Development Plan<
- Parking Plan
- Mobility and a Service
In particular, the report highlights two pieces of research that are published alongside this report. The research offers new insights in the scale and nature of the sustainable transport challenges and opportunities on the Island. These includes the Active Travel Plan – Primary Evidence Base.