There are just under two weeks left for residents and businesses to have a say on the SEMMM strategy – documented plans to improve transport across north Cheshire, Stockport and south east Manchester until 2040.
Stockport and Cheshire East Councils want to make it easier for everyone to travel around the area whether by bus, car, rail, bike or on foot, and have been working together to improve transport links since 2001 through the South East Manchester Multi-Modal – SEMMM Strategy.
The councils are committed to continuing to invest in transport networks, to achieve the maximum improvements possible for everyone.
Residents and businesses have until midnight on the Monday 16th July to tell Stockport Council more about their transport priorities for south east Manchester and to give their views on the updated SEMMM strategy that sets out how they plan to keep developing transport links up to 2040.
You can get involved and share your views online at www.semmms.info
Councillor Kate Butler, Cabinet Member for Economy and Regeneration at Stockport Council, said:
“I’d like to thank everyone who has already got involved and had their say on the updated SEMMM strategy. If you haven’t yet had a chance to give your views, I’d urge you to take a few minutes before the 16th July, to go online and use this opportunity to help shape future transport priorities for Stockport and the region.”