Biggest ever Camcycle election survey reveals transport policies of candidates across Cambridgeshire

On Earth Day, Camcycle published its biggest ever election survey in a bid to inform voters across Cambridgeshire about local candidates’ views and policies on cycling and walking before the local elections on 6 May. Over 400 candidates standing in five local elections have been contacted, making it around four times the size of previous
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Favourite low-traffic neighbourhoods: Leys Road/Highworth Avenue

Welcome to a new blog series in which we plan to highlight some existing low-traffic neighbourhoods around the region and how they are quietly appreciated by people in the area. Get in touch and tell us about your favourites (ideally with photos!) – what do you value about the low-traffic neighbourhoods near you?

Leys Road/Highworth


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Two new School Streets set to improve journeys for children and air quality for residents

Most children in Cambridgeshire are returning to school today after the Easter holidays and for students attending two schools in Cambridge, their journeys should be safer and more pleasant than usual.

School Street, Norfolk Street, CambridgeFollowing the success of other School Street schemes in the county, St Bedes Inter-Church School and St Matthew’s Primary School are joining the initiative
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Camcycle supporters grill mayoral candidates on cycling issues at online hustings

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
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