Smarter Cambridge Transport’s comments and additional ideas for improving access to Cambridge by cycle, bus and train from the east.
Category - Consultation Responses
The initial proposals from newtork Rail for the Cambridge South station are wholly inadequate and are based on flawed data.
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.
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.
A range of proposals, including strongly urging Cambridge University to negotiate a ticket-sharing agreement with Stagecoach.
Our objectives for Network Rail to consider when designing Cambridge South station and its access infrastructure.
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...
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...
The proposed P&R is therefore not even part of a solution; it intensifies the problem.
The economic case for CAM relies on a highly unconventional methodology to demonstrate value for money
We're asking the local councils to be more ambitious in their Housing Strategy and include issues to do with transport.
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.
The Smarter Cambridge Transport response to the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Independent Economic Review's interim report.
Public education is needed to give cycling and walking a more positive image.
The response submitted by Smarter Cambridge Transport.
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...
With these additions to the SPD this development could radically transform the connectivity and quality of life in Cherry Hinton, Teversham and Fulbourn.
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.
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...
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...
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...