We want new residents at Langarth to have the opportunity to choose alternatives to the car when travelling. Our masterplan provides safe and convenient walking and cycling routes and improved public transport services for people to travel for work, school or leisure, alongside the provision for future technology, including the use of electric vehicles.
You can find out more about our transport plans in this short film:
The new Northern Access Road will connect all the developments on the site and provide a route from A390 through Langarth to RCHT. Designed with high quality landscaping with new bus stops located within village centres, the road will be pedestrian friendly with a 20mph speed limit.
There will be new mobility hubs at Langarth and Threemilestone, with enhanced bus services serving Threemilestone and linking Truro to Redruth and Newquay via Perranporth; and a proposed new bus service from Langarth to Truro via RCHT .
An enhanced Park & Ride bus service will link Langarth with Truro College, RCHT, County Hall, Truro Station and Truro City Centre; providing accessibility to all key services within 30 minutes, with an additional 600 spaces at Langarth Park & Ride bringing the total to 1,800 spaces.
We are providing 3 km of new high quality walking and cycling routes within Langarth, with secure cycle parking in homes and at community locations. E bike and e car clubs will be located on the site, with electric charging points at transport hubs and at households. Additional traffic-free / low traffic walking and cycling routes will connect Langarth to Truro railway station and into Truro city centre.
We will also be upgrading the A390 as part of wider transport strategy for Truro. New at grade crossings over the A390 will link Langarth to Threemilestone, and adjoining employment, education and healthcare facilities.