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Norfolk County Council

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… of this sector. There are three dimensions to our approach to decarbonising Norfolk’s transport: supporting the switch to electric vehicles, improving the county’s public transport, and encouraging more sustainable and active travel. We are working hard to lever in government funding, with recent success in securing money to: • Bring 70 fully electric buses to Norwich in 2024 in partnership with First…

… investment in digital connectivity, utilities, and transport infrastructure to enable businesses and communities to thrive. The council will promote investments that support sustainable housing and economic 2 Local Authorities and the Sixth Carbon Budget - Climate Change Committee (theccc.org.uk) (page 47) https://www.theccc.org.uk/publication/local-authorities-and-the-sixth-carbon…

… for climate action through influencing our supply chain. As a regulator we are the responsible planning authority for waste and minerals; we are also responsible for trading standards. As a clean infrastructure provider we can help facilitate a transition to more sustainable modes of transport such as active travel and the use of public transport. We can invest in woodland and biodiversity…

…, but it is difficult to plan for given its competitive nature, and often comes with short timescales for application and delivery. We have secured grant funding from the Department for Transport as well as other government bodies for significant investment in walking, cycling and passenger transport improvements, and electric chargepoint infrastructure, with recent examples including: • £38.1m of capital…

… funding for improving sustainable transport infrastructure in Norwich through two tranches of the Transforming Cities fund. This has included improvements to junctions, new bus and cycle lanes, improvements to Norwich Bus Station and the introduction of the Beryl bike and e-scooter scheme; • £49.6m funding to deliver Norfolk’s Bus Service Improvement Plan (of which £30.9m is for capital projects…

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