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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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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Campaign success! Eight successful active travel trials will now be made permanent

Residents and campaigners celebrated as the county council’s Highways & Transport Committee unanimously agreed to make eight experimental transport schemes permanent. The measures, installed as part of the government’s Active Travel Fund which was launched during the Covid-19 pandemic, were intended to help more people to walk and cycle safely for their everyday journeys.

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County councillors unanimous in call to speed up Mill Road consultation and improvements

On 4 November, members of Cambridgeshire County Council’s Highways & Transport Committee voted in favour of a proposal for a further consultation on the Mill Road bus gate scheme but added an amendment making clear that this should be done as soon as possible. A timetable for the consultation process, along with recommendations for ‘quick
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Small schemes set to make a big difference to walking and cycling in Cambridgeshire

Cambridgeshire County Council is considering a range of changes to roads in order to encourage active travel across the area. There are nearly twenty small schemes being considered across the county. These changes appear to be part of the Department for Transport’s active travel programme and therefore will only be funded if they represent meaningful
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Act now to share ideas for Zero Carbon Streets near you

Cambridgeshire County Council’s Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP) consultation ends on 27 July.

Please make sure you have your say at tinyurl.com/CambsCycleNetwork

This is your chance to contribute to the future development of the active travel networks in the region and help local authorities create thriving and sustainable places for the future. Transport
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