We urge the Combined Authority to apply the Three Cs (Compassion, Cooperation and Community) to the development of a new Local Transport Plan that is ambitious on the Three Zeros (carbon emissions, air pollution and...
Category - Walking
A topic that fills many councillors’ inboxes is the dire state of our roads and pavements. But funding runs far short of what is needed to fix them.
It’s now time to accelerate the construction of infrastructure to allow as many people as possible to walk or cycle most short trips.
The County Council has been slow off the mark, recently stating that officers are still looking at data and talking with their maintenance contractor.
Technology now exists to count pedestrians. Transport bodies need to use it.
When people ‘reclaim the streets’ from motor vehicles, it’s one of the highlights of the city’s calendar
Public education is needed to give cycling and walking a more positive image.
The 'Metrominuto' map looks just like an underground map, showing lines of differing colours connecting different points of interest in the city.
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...
A ‘travel hub’ refers to a bus, tram or train station with more facilities than a bus stop, and with the dominant modes of access being walking and cycling.
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...