Millions of pounds of active travel funding for Cambridgeshire threatened by mismanagement of the Mill Road bus gate

Camcycle has sent a letter to Transport Minister Chris Heaton-Harris asking whether Cambridgeshire County Council’s decision to discontinue the Mill Road bus gate scheme before attempting any improvements is against the policies set out by the Department for Transport (DfT). We are concerned that the way the Mill Road bus gate scheme has been managed
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Camcycle welcomes extension of Mill Road trial but continues to call for improvements to the scheme

Camcycle welcomes the extension of the experimental bus gate scheme on Mill Road bridge. We believe the scheme has significantly improved public safety in the two ways set out in the experimental objectives. Firstly, it has facilitated social distancing during the pandemic, as in previous conditions it would have been impossible for footway
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New Spaces to Breathe created by the second phase of Covid-19 active travel schemes

The second phase of experimental walking and cycling schemes is starting to be put in place and Camcycle is delighted to see that some small changes are already making a big difference to active travel in Cambridge.

One of the first changes to be made, early in the new year, was the county council’s rearrangement
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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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Stand up for Spaces to Breathe – join the majority of people who want safe streets and clean air in their neighbourhoods

New research shows 8 out of 10 people support measures to reduce road traffic in their neighbourhood – now it’s time to show local authorities 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 for walking and
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Young people on Arbury Road use their creative talents to call for a safer, cleaner street

Two schoolchildren were awarded prizes this week in a poster competition organised by Arbury Road East Residents Association (ARERA). The organisation, which represents the street’s community between North Cambridge Academy and the junction with Milton Road, invited young people to draw or paint their vision for a clean and safe Arbury Road. Many of
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Combined Authority fails to consider cycling in COVID-19 transport strategies

On Wednesday 29 April, The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority will consider the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on our transport network.

We were disappointed by the papers presented to the Combined Authority’s Transport and Infrastructure Committee as there was only minimal mention of cycling, and nothing about it being a vital means of transport
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