At its March monthly meeting, the following statements of policy were passed:
Cambridge Cycling Campaign supports the principle of improved public transport and will not object to the principle of the County Council’s proposals for guided buses on the Huntingdon-Cambridge-Trumpington corridor. The Campaign is, however, concerned to ensure that the proposals achieve the maximum benefits for cyclists and do not make conditions worse for cyclists. The Campaign will set up a Subgroup to consider the proposals in detail. The Campaign will formally object to aspects of the scheme which do not take into sufficient account of the needs of cyclists, and will ask to make representation to the public inquiry on those aspects.
Cambridge Cycling Campaign supports the principle of improved public transport and would not object in principle to the CAST.IRON proposals for a rail service on the Huntingdon-Cambridge corridor should a TWA (Transport & Works Act) application be submitted. The Campaign will work to ensure that the proposals would achieve the maximum benefits for cyclists and would not make conditions worse for cyclists.
Guided Bus: Letter of objection
The following letter and supplementary letter have been sent to the Secretary of State: