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Question 15 - we asked:

Will you actively support the early construction of pedestrian and cyclist access to the guided busway maintenance track especially through the new development at the end of Clarendon Road and through the Cambridge University Press site?

We asked this question in these 2 wards: Queen Edith's, Trumpington.

4 of the 8 candidates (50%) who were asked this question responded as below.

Vince MARINO
(Conservative Party)

I would we need to make use of the busway track wherever we can ,this would make good use and uplift any cyclist of open country feeling .
I would like the cycleway on hills rd bridge relooked ,if we are going to increase cycling then we need to look at safety aspect closely , i see hills rd bridge needs looking at again.

Ceri Barbara GALLOWAY
(Green Party)

Early construction of pedestrian and cyclist access to the guided busway maintenance track especially through the new development at the end of Clarendon Road and through the Cambridge University Press site is urgent.

Brian WESTCOTT
(Green Party)

Yes, without doubt.

Kenny LATUNDE-DADA
(Labour Party)

In addition to lending my support to the construction of more adequate cycle parking venues in Trumpington & Newtown and across the city, I am also in favour of increasing cycle and pedestrian access across the city. Thus, I shall be in favour of cycle lanes along the guided busway which will also serve as a more secure route for cyclists currently having to negotiate heavy traffic along the congested alternative routes.

Camcycle is a non-partisan body. All candidates are given an equal opportunity to submit their views. Information published by Camcycle (Cambridge Cycling Campaign), The Bike Depot, 140 Cowley Road, Cambridge, CB4 0DL.