Camcycle AGM 2021

Save the date: 2pm, Saturday 23 January 2021

The current pandemic means that the safest way for us to hold Camcycle’s AGM 2021 will be online. We have made this decision following examination of our constitution and advice from the Charity Commission and will host the event using Zoom.

We’re delighted to announce that cycling
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Pavement parking needs to stop – and government is finally consulting on it

We very much welcome the government’s consultation on dealing with pavement parking. This is the culmination of many years of campaigning by national transport groups and disability groups, as well as local campaigning by us and others.

Parking of cars on pavements is a scourge which can be seen all around the city. It
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It is time for police to take cycle theft in Cambridge seriously

Cycle theft in Cambridgeshire is rising and is estimated to cost victims more than £1.5 million per year.

Cycle theft has been a frustrating and at times devastating issue in Cambridge for many years. We’re hearing stories of individuals and even entire families having multiple bikes stolen, replaced and then stolen again, sometimes several times.
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County Council plans to deprive Cambridge a say on transport matters

Camcycle is strongly of the view that decisions about transport and development in Cambridge should be a democratic process including city residents and councillors. It is for this reason that we object wholeheartedly to the County Council’s proposed scrapping of Cambridge’s Transport Committee and the transfer of powers to a county body – it will
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