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Have your say on transport in Hereford

Herefordshire Council is inviting views from residents on its plans for transport across the county.

The Local Transport Plan, which will affect those living and working in or visiting Herefordshire sets out a wide range of proposals such as car parking in Hereford, 20mph residential zones, the countywide bus service, a new approach to reducing the number of potholes, overall plans for Herefordshire and future spend priorities.

The council are keen to hear views from as many residents as possible in order to help shape transport across the county.  There are a number of ways to get involved and have your say, including an online questionnaire at or by picking up a consultation leaflet from local libraries and customer service centres.  There will also be two transport themed public events taking place in Hereford, where residents can find out more about the proposals.  The first is in High Town on Saturday 29 September between 9:30am and 3:30pm, while the second takes place at The Kindle Centre on Friday 5 October from 11:30am to 6:00pm.

For those who are unable to attend the Hereford events, there will be information available at the forthcoming ‘Your community - your say’ events, which are being held across the county in the following locations.  





Larruperz Community Centre

20 September


St Katherine’s Hall

24 September

Ewyas Harold

Ewyas Harold Memorial Hall

25 September


Leintwardine Village Hall and Community Centre

26 September


Dorstone Village Hall

27 September


Weobley Village Hall

1 October


Belmont Community Centre

2 October


Shobdon Village Hall

8 October


The Falcon Hotel

9 October


The Burton Hotel

10 October


Bridge Street Sports Centre

15 October


St Barnabas Church Centre

17 October


All events are from 7:00pm - 9:00pm except for Hereford (Belmont Community Centre) on 2 October, which is 7:30pm - 9:30pm.

The consultation will be available from Monday 10 September to Friday 16 November and further information is available by contacting Ben Watts, senior transportation planning officer at