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Camcycle welcomed Dr Nik Johnson (Labour and Co-operative Party) and Cllr Aidan Van de Weyer (Liberal Democrat) to answer viewers’ questions on cycling-related issues at our hustings event on Tuesday 6 April, 2021. The Conservative candidate and incumbent, James Palmer declined the invitation to attend.
Candidates introduced themselves and talked about their personal experiences of cycling before answering questions on topics including connecting rural communities, embedding active travel in new developments, cycle theft, reducing car traffic, school streets, e-scooters, the CAM metro concept and tackling climate change.
The next Camcycle meeting will be held online on Tuesday 4 May, when we’ll be joined by a guest speaker from Voi talking about the e-scooter and e-bike scheme currently being trialled in Cambridgeshire.
Links to more information
Camcycle’s election survey
Responses to our 2021 will be published soon – keep an eye on this page to find out what candidates for local election in your area are saying about active travel.
Other mayoral hustings events
These are some of the other past and future mayoral hustings events which you may wish to watch/attend to inform your vote:
Cambridgeshire Development Forum
Centre for Cities and the Cambridgeshire Chamber of Commerce
Climate and Environment Hustings (Friends of the Earth, East Cambs CAN, PECT, RSPB, Friends of the Cam, and The Woodland Trust)
Find out more information on upcoming Camcycle meetings and social events.