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Question 11 - we asked:

Do you have any other general cycling-related comments or points? And what support have you given for cycling and walking, or sustainable transport more generally, in the recent past?

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4 of the 4 candidates (100%) who were asked this question responded as below.

Those candidate(s) which were elected are highlighted.

(Conservative Party)

Safety of cyclists is the priority and all measures to improve the quality of the experience for cyclists and walkers in and around the City are to be welcomed. My work at Wandlebury has been my most recent conrtibution to encouraging walking close to the City

Oliver Charles Mathew PERKINS
(Green Party)

Keep up the good work, Martin.

(Labour Party)

I will be happy to work with the Cycling Campaign on initiatives and opportunities in Abbey. I also will push the County Council to fix the many potholes on our roads which stop some from cycling!

Marcus John Gilbert STREETS
(Liberal Democrat)

I walk to work, use my bike for journeys within Cambridge, use the train where I can for business trips within the UK or in Paris.

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