Correspondence

City Region Sustainable Transport Settlements: confirmed allocations

Letters to metro mayors confirming settlements for the 7 city regions currently eligible for a share of the £5.7 billion City Region Sustainable Transport Settlements.

Applies to England

Documents

CRSTS funding settlement letter for Greater Manchester, 1 April 2022

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CRSTS funding settlement letter for Liverpool City Region, 1 April 2022

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CRSTS funding settlement letter for South Yorkshire, 1 April 2022

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CRSTS funding settlement letter for Tees Valley, 1 April 2022

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CRSTS funding settlement letter for West of England, 1 April 2022

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CRSTS funding settlement letter for West Midlands, 1 April 2022

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CRSTS funding settlement letter for West Yorkshire, 1 April 2022

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Details

Letters from the Secretary of State for Transport to metro mayors confirming the allocated funding they will receive from the City Region Sustainable Transport Settlement (CRSTS) programme.

As stated in the 2021 Spending Review, the government is investing billions of pounds in the transport networks of 8 city regions across England from 2022 to 2027.

This funding will be delivered through multi-year, consolidated transport settlements agreed with central government and based on plans put forward by city regions.

The eligible regions are:

  • Greater Manchester
  • Liverpool City Region
  • South Yorkshire
  • Tees Valley
  • West of England
  • West Midlands
  • West Yorkshire

The North East will be eligible to work with government to agree a funding settlement from the CRSTS programme once appropriate governance arrangements are in place.

Published 4 April 2022