New Histon Road junction at Gilbert Road will protect people walking and cycling

The Greater Cambridge Partnership is planning the official opening of the new Histon Road at noon on Thursday 21 October. Everyone who wishes to attend is invited to meet at the remodelled Warwick Road / Gilbert Road / Histon Road junction. While there are many problems with the overall Histon Road scheme, this at least
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Have your say and help build cycle-friendly places near you

There are several important consultations happening at the moment (and more coming soon!). We encourage you to get involved and have your say to help create better cycling and walking routes in the places where you live and work.

If you want a joined-up network of cycle routes across Cambridgeshire…

Map of proposed routes on the Cambridge Cycling and Walking Infrastructure PlanPlease respond to the Cambridgeshire
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Say yes to low-traffic neighbourhoods near you!

Government research shows that 8 out of 10 people support measures to reduce road traffic in their neighbourhood – now it’s time to tell the Greater Cambridge Partnership 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
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Have your say on proposals for new sustainable transport routes to the south east of Cambridge

The Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP) is consulting on a new off-road public transport route and accompanying active travel path between the A11 at Babraham and the Cambridge Biomedical Campus.

The wordily-titled ‘Cambridge South East Transport Better Public Transport and Active Travel’ consultation closes at midday on Monday 14 December, so please share

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Camcycle thrilled to see the Abbey-Chesterton bridge lifted into place and already uniting local communities

The new Abbey-Chesterton bridge in CambridgeThe 40m span of the Abbey-Chesterton bridge was lifted into place across the River Cam in the early hours of Sunday morning, a significant milestone in the progress of the Chisholm Trail. When complete, the Chisholm Trail will be a new mostly traffic-free route stretching right across the city, from the business parks and communities
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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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GCP Joint Assembly calls for walking and cycling schemes to be safe for all

Cambourne to Addenbrookes Quick CAM ideaAt a meeting of the Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP) Joint Assembly on 4 June, members welcomed plans for temporary schemes to improve cycling and walking, but called for a focus on safety for all users in both these and the long-term projects being discussed. The meeting was the first since the GCP announced that
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Adams Road proposed as a healthy street instead of a busway

On Tuesday 26 May, the Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP) published updated proposals for a segregated public transport project between Cambourne and Cambridge avoiding route alignment along Adams Road. The decision was made to return to the previously proposed alignment via land known as the Rifle Range following local concerns regarding cycling safety and to ensure
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