TAKE ACTION: Stop the county from turning bus lanes into ‘Tesla lanes’

Cambridgeshire County Council has recently published an ‘experimental traffic regulation order’ (ETRO) that allows electric cars to use the Elizabeth Way bridge bus lane. While that, by itself, is not much, it has been proposed as a test case before implementing the change in all the county’s bus lanes. This should be extremely alarming
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Say yes to low-traffic neighbourhoods near you!

Government research shows that 8 out of 10 people support measures to reduce road traffic in their neighbourhood – now it’s time to tell the Greater Cambridge Partnership 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
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Camcycle calls on Mill Road community to share its vision for 2021

A photo of Mill Road showing someone walking, someone cycling and a busCamcycle is encouraging the Mill Road community to share positive visions for the future of the street through a new campaign called Mill Road 2021. The charity would like to hear of the ways the road could be celebrated and shaped into an even better place to shop, travel and spend time together when the
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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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Generous donors raise over £15,000 for Camcycle’s work for Spaces to Breathe

Big Give 2020 - £15,490 raisedCamcycle would like to thank Cambridge residents who have helped us raise £15,490 in the Big Give Christmas Challenge, a national match-funding campaign supporting 764 charities across the UK. Nearly 100 local people donated to help Camcycle extend our Spaces to Breathe campaign in 2021 to continue the work for more space for safe
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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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