TAKE ACTION: have your say on the Windsor Road / Oxford Road junction

A mother with a child in a bike seat cycle along the Windsor Road passageway

At the end of last year, we discovered that the popular route incorporating Oxford Road and the Windsor Road/Warwick Road passageway was under threat from a plan which would introduce additional conflict for people cycling and walking, along with new 90-degree turns and barriers which would make it difficult for those riding larger cycles to
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Cambridge celebrates arrival of UK’s first Dutch-style roundabout

 

Cambridge cycling campaigners are delighted to see the first Dutch-style roundabout in the UK finally open! It was smiles all around as the first laps around the roundabout took place. In the first few minutes, the roundabout was already being enthusiastically used by people of all ages and abilities on foot, different types of
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Support Downing Street changes for those cycling and walking

We’re delighted to see that the junction of Downing Street and St Andrew’s Street is due to be improved as part of the Greater Cambridge Partnership’s City Access project. A consultation on the proposed changes opened this week and we encourage you to respond before the deadline on Wednesday 19 February.

Downing Street junction

Downing Street is
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Madingley Road consultation 2020: our thoughts

The Greater Cambridge Partnership has opened its public consultation about a possible redesign of Madingley Road, with two options for improving walking, cycling and general landscaping. The deadline is 2 March.

Read our official response to the Madingley Road consultation.

Overall, we find that Option 2 is the best choice for providing protected cycleways, (mostly)
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Our response to the proposed improvements to Queen Edith’s Way

We've submitted our response to the County Council's consultation on walking and cycling improvements to Queen Edith's Way.

We welcome the proposed design for the roundabout and have made some suggestions on how it could be further improved. We have also expressed a desire for further segregation of the cycle lanes along the road.
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