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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Camcycle local election survey helps Cambridge residents to ‘Vote Bike’

Vote BikeFor the 13th year running, local charity Camcycle has published a survey for local election candidates to gauge their views on improving provision for cycling in and around Cambridge. The charity aims to help residents to ‘vote bike’ when they go to the ballot box on Thursday 2 May and raise awareness among candidates of
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Local organisations unite to call for more space for cycling in Cambridge

On Saturday 13 April, cycling charity Camcycle joined forces with other local environmental organisations including Transition Cambridge and Extinction Rebellion for Cambridge’s annual ‘Space for Cycling’ ride. A group of around 50 participants departed from outside the Guildhall to cycle along a route encompassing some of the areas where more space for cycling is needed,
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