Consultation response guide: A new road classification for Cambridge

Name of consultation: A new Road Classification for Cambridge
Deadline: midday on Monday 18 July

The Greater Cambridge Partnership’s City Access project aims to make walking, cycling and public transport more attractive to people living in the Greater Cambridge area. This will help support local goals including reducing congestion, pollution and carbon emissions, improving health
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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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TAKE ACTION: save Cambridge pavements from the electric car charging hazard

While many people were preparing Christmas dinners and celebrating the holidays, a little noticed draft traffic regulation order was published. It proposes ‘installation of parking places for electric vehicles‘ on several streets in Chesterton and Abbey, replacing some existing car parking spaces. This proposal seems innocuous, however on closer examination there are some
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Consultation response guide: Combined Authority Local Transport and Connectivity Plan

A range of different local authorities want to hear your views on transport in Cambridgeshire this month. We know that many Camcycle members and supporters appreciate our help in guiding their responses. This is the second in a series of posts looking at the surveys you are invited to fill in. This blogpost gives a
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Big plans for the region’s transport future: make sure you have your say

While negotiations on climate action continue at the COP26 conference in Glasgow, Cambridgeshire residents can use their voices to call for planet-friendly transport in our region. November is a busy month for consultations with a range of different local authorities wanting to hear your views. Here’s a summary of the ways you can get involved
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