The Urban Congestion Target Delivery Plan (UCTDP) was drawn up as part of the Department for Transport’s (DfT) Public Service Agreement (PSA) Target on reducing congestion. The plan sets out the action being followed across West Yorkshire to tackle congestion.
The delivery of the plan itself focuses on 13 specifically chosen routes across the region. These are monitored as part of the West Yorkshire element of the PSA target.
Although the delivery plan does not cover all action taking place across West Yorkshire in relation to tackling congestion, work is being under taken on other parts of the road network where congestion occurs.
The UCTDP was recently updated as part of the monitoring of the 13 congestion routes. As part of the process of updating it was decided by those involved in the LTP partnership to turn the plan into an electronic document that would be made available via the West Yorkshire Local Transport Plan Website. The purpose of which is to ensure the plan is up dated on a regular basis and is more readily available.
Follow the links below to view the most recently updated UCTDP (February 2010) and to view the Person Journey Time and Throughput trajectories for all 13 routes: