What’s not to like? Well, we’re soon going to find out, as Voi Technology is about to pilot rental e-scooters in Cambridge.
Category - Streetscape
We can add zebra crossings at side road junctions easily. Manchester is already leading the way on this.
There is one last chance to make this space right. People need to lobby Brookgate now.
The full response to the consultation: why Smarter Cambridge Transport supports most of the short-term measures proposed (some with modifications), but does not support any of the three long-term strategies proposed.
It's almost as if a deliberate effort has been made to put off every mode of transport which we should be encouraging.
Most people - and governments - are barely considering the implications of this revolution, but we should be. This is all going to happen much sooner than most of us think.
The 'Metrominuto' map looks just like an underground map, showing lines of differing colours connecting different points of interest in the city.
With these additions to the SPD this development could radically transform the connectivity and quality of life in Cherry Hinton, Teversham and Fulbourn.
The ‘spine’ of the new airport development should be a green corridor, ideal for walking and cycling, and it must be available from day one.
When did it first become acceptable for drivers to simply stop and leave their vehicles along one or both sides of the road?
Did you know that air pollution kills an estimated 40,000 people across the UK every year? That compares with 1,800 road deaths. In October nine Royal Colleges of Medicine launched the Breath of Fresh Air initiative...
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.
Streets make up three-quarters of the open space of a City. They can be famously beautiful like the Backs on Queens Road, or they could be chic ‘zones’ in a new residential area. Good streets should be practical, safe...