Smarter Cambridge Transport's response to the Greater Cambridge Partnership's Making Connections consultation
Category - Consultation Responses
Response to initial consultation on the Local Transport and Connectivity Plan
Smarter Cambridge Transport's response to the Combined Authority's initial consultation on its Local Transport and Connectivity Plan
Response to the ‘Cycling Plus’ consultation
This is a poor-quality consultation, purporting to be about “active travel” when, in fact, it is about prioritising some disjointed and ill-thought-through cycling improvement schemes in and around Cambridge.
Objection to TWA Order Application for Cambridge South station
Why Smarter Cambridge Transport strongly objects to the TWAO application as presented on four critical, distinct grounds.
Cambourne to Cambridge: In-Highway Proposals for High Quality Public Transport Scheme
A fully-researched paper by Edward Leigh showing that in-highway improvements to bus services and active travel are the sensible way to proceed.
Response to East West Rail consultation
Ideas and commentary on the proposed route alignment for the central section of East West Rail, focused on Cambridge to Cambourne.
The Travel Hub Design Principles report produced by Mott MacDonald
Smarter Cambridge Transport has submitted a question to the Greater Cambridge Partnership Executive Board meeting on 18 March 2021.
Response to Eastern Access consultation
Smarter Cambridge Transport’s comments and additional ideas for improving access to Cambridge by cycle, bus and train from the east.
Response to Cambridge South East Transport consultation 2020
The Greater Cambridge Partnership is expected on 1 July 2021 to give the go-ahead for this scheme to proceed to its final stage before granting permission for its construction. The most recent information is available...
Response to Cambridge South station second consultation
The initial proposals from newtork Rail for the Cambridge South station are wholly inadequate and are based on flawed data.
Objection to the Hauxton Park & Ride Planning Application
Building more car parks is fundamentally the wrong approach to rapidly de-carbonise transport and reduce congestion on the local road network.
Response to the ‘CAM Sub Strategy’
We are concerned that the CAM's Sub Strategy does not mention management of risks, and should state where the network will integrate with coach services.
Responding to the A10 (Cambridge–Ely) upgrade proposals
We urged you to respond to the Combined Authority consultation on the A10 upgrade (Ely to Cambridge) before it closed on Tuesday 14th July 2020.
Responding to the consultation about the Universal bus service
A range of proposals, including strongly urging Cambridge University to negotiate a ticket-sharing agreement with Stagecoach.
Response to Cambridge South station consultation
Our objectives for Network Rail to consider when designing Cambridge South station and its access infrastructure.
Response to “Making Space for People: Vision, Aims and Objectives and Strategies”
Smarter Cambridge Transport is disappointed to see only abstract commitments to the environment and public health, and no progress on resolving unavoidable tensions in reallocating space between different highway users...
Response to Combined Authority Draft Local Transport Plan
We believe that the consultation on this draft Local Transport Plan needs to reach much deeper into the communities, businesses, schools and other organisations that will be affected for years to come by what is...
Cambridge South West Park & Ride: Irrational and actively harmful to the public interest
The proposed P&R is therefore not even part of a solution; it intensifies the problem.
Response to the Strategic Outline Business Case for the ‘Cambridgeshire Autonomous Metro’
The economic case for CAM relies on a highly unconventional methodology to demonstrate value for money
Smarter Cambridge Transport’s Housing Strategy Response
We're asking the local councils to be more ambitious in their Housing Strategy and include issues to do with transport.
Our Cambridge South West Park & Ride consultation response
Why Smarter Cambridge Transport does not support any of the proposed options for expansion of Trumpington P&R or building a second site at Hauxton.
Response to the CPIER Interim Report
The Smarter Cambridge Transport response to the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Independent Economic Review's interim report.
Response to the Government’s Cycling and Walking Investment Strategy safety review
Public education is needed to give cycling and walking a more positive image.
Response to the Consultation on Proposals for the Creation of a Major Road Network
The response submitted by Smarter Cambridge Transport.
Response to ‘Cambourne to Cambridge’ consultation
Rather than building extensive new road capacity for buses, we need to make better use of existing road capacity, build travel hubs and re-route bus services, and create safe and convenient cycle and pedestrian routes...
Response to SPD for land north of Cherry Hinton
With these additions to the SPD this development could radically transform the connectivity and quality of life in Cherry Hinton, Teversham and Fulbourn.
Reducing Traffic Congestion and Pollution in Urban Areas
Ideas for reducing congestion and pollution in urban areas, developed in the context of the Greater Cambridge area, typical of many UK towns and cities.
Response to Cambourne to Cambridge busway proposal
Further to our response to the public consultation, we have prepared seventeen key questions for the City Deal Executive Board to answer in relation to its decision on 13 October 2016 to progress a proposal to build a...
Response to City Deal 8 Point Plan
This is the Smarter Cambridge Transport response to the City Deal on the 8 Point Plan to reduce congestion in Cambridge: Better public transport and Park & Rides We fully endorse this ambition, but with some...
Response to Milton Rd and Histon Rd consultations 2015/16
Next key date: 20 March 2019. The Executive Board will be considering final outline designs for Milton Road before proceeding to detailed designs and building in 2020–21. The Assembly meets on 27 February to pre...