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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Madingley Road consultation 2020: our thoughts

The Greater Cambridge Partnership has opened its public consultation about a possible redesign of Madingley Road, with two options for improving walking, cycling and general landscaping. The deadline is 2 March.

Read our official response to the Madingley Road consultation.

Overall, we find that Option 2 is the best choice for providing protected cycleways, (mostly)
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First Citizens’ Assembly for transport calls for a bold road space reallocation to walking, cycling and buses

Reallocating space to walking, cycling and public transport by closing roads to cars came out as the top measure promoted by members of the Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP) Citizens’ Assembly last weekend, with a flexible charging scheme the second most popular way to reduce congestion. Over 90% of attendees supported closing roads to through traffic
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A vision for a cycling city

Presentation to the Greater Cambridge Partnership Citizens’ Assembly on Sunday 12 September 2019 by Camcycle’s Executive Director, Roxanne De Beaux

Roxanne from Camcycle speaking at the Citizens' AssemblyImagine if children could cycle to school. What would the traffic be like? Imagine if people could cycle to work. What might the traffic be like? We have an opportunity here to reduce congestion for
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