|Tram Tracker: Lytham St Anne Outline Report January 2019||Efficient transport is a critical component of economic development for any region, and the Fylde Coast is no exception. Any new infrastructure developments must meet the needs of the residential community, the tourism market and local businesses in order to fully exploit the regenerative capacity of this unique and ever-changing coastal location. The area is fortunate to have a modern light rail system which has huge untapped potential. As local campaigners, Trams to Lytham believe passionately that light rail can and must have a greater role in the overall transport plan for the Fylde Coast, delivering the network the region deserves and requires to become an integral part of the 'Northern Powerhouse' of England||Lytham St Annes|
|Tram Tracker: Lytham St Annes; January 2018||Support light rail investment • Represent the people’s voice • Online petition • Building on previous campaigns • Political support||Lytham St Annes|
For public transport to become a force in dealing with urban congestion, carbon reduction, improving air quality and to be an attractive alternative to the car, it must be built quickly and operate affordably.
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