The Combined Authority’s lack of ambition on cycling and walking is costing our region valuable funds

Lack of ambition means that the Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority (CPCA) gained just £635,000 in the government’s latest active travel funding announcement, in stark contrast to the transport authorities for other regions. Ranking bottom of the UK’s Combined Authorities, the CPCA received 4% of the funds allocated to top-rated West Midlands Integrated Transport
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New consultation: have your say on the region’s transport future

Local Transport & Connectivity Plan coverWith the 2022 election period over, a series of transport-related decisions and consultations are beginning to take place. There are a series of big questions that need to be answered: How will Cambridgeshire and Peterborough reduce carbon emissions from transport? What measures will help people switch more of their everyday journeys from driving to public
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Camcycle asks Cambridgeshire residents to ‘Vote Bike’ on 5 May

Camcycle has published its annual election survey featuring candidates’ responses to questions on cycling and transport. It is the 15th time the charity has hosted the survey to help inform voters’ decisions at the ballot box. Local elections take place on 5 May for Cambridge City Council, Peterborough City Council, South Cambridgeshire District Council and
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Take local action this Earth Day to have a global impact on climate

Earth Day 2022: A street including a bicycle with the caption 'Invest in our planet'Local charity Camcycle wants Cambridgeshire residents to take action on Earth Day, Friday 22 April, and play their part in building the sustainable region of the future. The Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Independent Commission on Climate has highlighted that our region is at high risk from the changing climate through flooding, heatwaves and water shortages, but
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