GCP Sustainable Travel Zone proposals are fairer, but could be better

Camcycle welcomes news of progress on the Greater Cambridge Partnership’s Sustainable Travel Zone proposals. The GCP has listened to the consultation responses and amended the scheme to be fairer for those who travel in our region and have a dependency on car travel. However, we believe that increased and earlier investment in active travel would
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Take action for a safer and more accessible Sidgwick Avenue

Object now to the Sidgwick Avenue traffic regulation order

Camcycle strongly believes the proposed traffic regulation order for Sidgwick Avenue should not go ahead. It fails to align with the overarching Greenway vision and creates accessibility and safety issues. We would prefer to see something that can deliver a pedestrian and cycle zone as depicted
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Consultation Guide: Fulbourn Greenway Phase 1 (Eastern section)

Name of consultation: GCP Fulbourn Greenway Phase 1: Eastern Section
(shortlink: tinyurl.com/FulbournGW)

From: The Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP)
Time to complete:
10-15 minutes (plus time to read the associated information)
Format: Online survey OR email comments to consultations@greatercambridge.org.uk.

Deadline: midday on Friday 21 July

Following previous work on the Fulbourn Greenway, the GCP
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Camcycle tells the GCP Joint Assembly that Sustainable Travel Zone proposals must be better and fairer

On Thursday 8 June, Camcycle is attending a meeting of the Greater Cambridge Partnership Joint Assembly, at which the Making Connections consultation report will be discussed. The Making Connections consultation sought the public’s feedback on proposals for a package of transport measures which would improve buses and active travel (walking, cycling and wheeling) in and
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Camcycle trustees respond to the publication of the Greater Cambridge Partnership’s Sustainable Travel Zone report

Camcycle’s Board of Trustees remains committed to our charity’s core remit of more, better and safer cycling for the public benefit of people in our region. Our vision is of a thriving and sustainable place with cleaner, greener and safer streets where people are enabled to walk, wheel and cycle for more journeys. This would
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Initial statement on proposals for a Sustainable Travel Zone

Camcycle supports proposals for a Sustainable Travel Zone in Cambridge. Reducing car journeys* by 50% would be a positive step towards a city and region that is focused on people, rebalancing our streets in favour of sustainable transport choices that will protect local communities now and in the future.

A majority of residents would like
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Consultation response guide: A new road classification for Cambridge

Name of consultation: A new Road Classification for Cambridge
Deadline: midday on Monday 18 July

The Greater Cambridge Partnership’s City Access project aims to make walking, cycling and public transport more attractive to people living in the Greater Cambridge area. This will help support local goals including reducing congestion, pollution and carbon emissions, improving health
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Streets are changing in response to the Covid-19 pandemic

New modal filters have been installed this week as the Greater Cambridge Partnership begins to implement its Covid-19 response projects. The changes are intended to give people more space for social distancing and to make walking and cycling safer during the pandemic.

The government is encouraging as many people as possible to choose active
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