Camcycle calls on the community to work together as street improvements are installed

Last month, Cambridgeshire County Council and the Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP) each voted unanimously to support a package of temporary measures to introduce more space for safe cycling and walking during the Covid-19 pandemic. Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Mayor James Palmer also supports this scheme to increase active travel across the region and reallocate roadspace
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County council approves bold plan to help more people cycle and walk safely during the pandemic recovery

The Cambridgeshire County Council Highways and Transport Committee has just approved a county-wide initiative to test experimental schemes that make more space for walking and cycling, to help people stay healthy and safe as economic activity resumes during the Covid-19 pandemic. Over the course of the next four weeks, you will begin to see some
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Working together for safe and healthy communities in Cambridgeshire

Camcycle welcomes the list of temporary proposals to support safe cycling and walking which has been published by Cambridgeshire County Council this week. Funding for the schemes has been approved by the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority in advance of the first tranche of investment from the government. This means that we should see measures
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Camcycle welcomes county council’s new plans for Spaces to Breathe

Camcycle strongly welcome the news that Cambridgeshire County Council have begun to publish plans for temporary enhancements to support more walking and cycling in the region. This follows clear government policy announced on national television that councils around the country should be making such changes.

We’d like to thank the county for acknowledging our contribution
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With political support and new funding, Cambridgeshire awaits action on new spaces for cycling and walking

Over a month after Brighton & Hove City Council announced the UK’s first road closure to aid social distancing, Cambridgeshire residents are still waiting to see action on the region’s streets. Speaking at the Full Council meeting of Cambridgeshire County Council on 19 May, the outgoing chairman of the county council’s Highways and
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City’s residents and councillors could lose say on Cambridge’s iconic streets

Cyclists negotiating the anti-terrorism barrier on King's ParadeOver 1,000 people have signed a petition to Cambridgeshire County Council against the abolition of the Cambridge Joint Area Committee (CJAC), a key forum for discussions on transport issues in the city. On 22 April, members of the county council’s Constitution and Ethics committee voted 5-3 in favour of scrapping the CJAC and a final
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