Have your say on proposals for new sustainable transport routes to the south east of Cambridge

The Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP) is consulting on a new off-road public transport route and accompanying active travel path between the A11 at Babraham and the Cambridge Biomedical Campus.

The wordily-titled ‘Cambridge South East Transport Better Public Transport and Active Travel’ consultation closes at midday on Monday 14 December, so please share

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Share your views in two consultations influencing cycling in the east of Cambridge

There are two consultations underway which will help shape improvements to cycling and walking in the east of Cambridge.

The Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP) Cambridge Eastern Access consultation would like community views on options to improve public transport and active travel into and around the east of Cambridge. There are five packages of options to
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Mill Road 2021: what would YOU like the street to feel like next year?

After a hard year of lockdowns, social distancing and cancelled events, it’s time to begin to imagine what Mill Road could look and feel like in 2021, as vaccines are rolled out and the risk of Covid-19 subsides. Let’s meet friends again for coffee, visit our favourite shops, chat with neighbours in the street
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Camcycle response to inadequate Cambridge South Station proposals

Network Rail is developing plans for a new station in the vicinity of the Cambridge Biomedical Campus. The new station is expected to open in 2025 and Network Rail has been consulting on the access arrangements and the cycle facilities proposed at the station.

The current proposals are for a station alongside the tracks and
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Cost overruns on transport projects must be investigated to safeguard the future of important routes like the Chisholm Trail

Chisholm Trail muralFollowing reports that the cost of the Chisholm Trail has risen by around £7 million from the original budget, Camcycle supports calls for a clear understanding of how local authorities manage transport projects, and a fuller public disclosure of what has caused the cost overruns. We understand that the collapse of Carillion and the Covid-19
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Stand up for Spaces to Breathe – join the majority of people who want safe streets and clean air in their neighbourhoods

New research shows 8 out of 10 people support measures to reduce road traffic in their neighbourhood – now it’s time to show local authorities that you want the same.

Earlier in the year, Cambridgeshire County Council and the Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP) began to introduce experimental measures to provide safe space for walking and
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Camcycle thrilled to see the Abbey-Chesterton bridge lifted into place and already uniting local communities

The new Abbey-Chesterton bridge in CambridgeThe 40m span of the Abbey-Chesterton bridge was lifted into place across the River Cam in the early hours of Sunday morning, a significant milestone in the progress of the Chisholm Trail. When complete, the Chisholm Trail will be a new mostly traffic-free route stretching right across the city, from the business parks and communities
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Young people on Arbury Road use their creative talents to call for a safer, cleaner street

Two schoolchildren were awarded prizes this week in a poster competition organised by Arbury Road East Residents Association (ARERA). The organisation, which represents the street’s community between North Cambridge Academy and the junction with Milton Road, invited young people to draw or paint their vision for a clean and safe Arbury Road. Many of
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Local campaign groups save vital Chisholm Trail link as station development is rejected by councillors

A major planning application for two proposed buildings at Cambridge station was refused today at the city council’s planning committee after over four years of campaigning by Camcycle and other local groups including Smarter Cambridge Transport and South Petersfield Residents Association. Councillors voted 5 to 2 to reject proposals put forward by Brookgate and Network
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Safety of the Chisholm Trail at risk from new development at Cambridge station

Camcycle warns that new buildings at Cambridge Station proposed by developer Brookgate will threaten the safety of cyclists using the Chisholm Trail if approved this week by the city council. We have long campaigned for a safe, segregated route through the station area to link up the northern sections of the walking and cycling trail
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