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Tag - Cambridgeshire Autonomous Metro
What to do with buses in Cambridge city centre?
Reducing traffic in the city depends on reducing the amount of traffic entering it: not a future GCP is endeavouring to create.
Are 4-person autonomous pods the future of transport?
Are these proposals better than running electric buses on existing roads? A comprehensive bus network and road pricing will cost far less.
Bus back better? A new national strategy
We need bus services to work for many more people.The new national bus strategy seeks to address this, with clear and sensible ambitions.
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...
We need to plan the hard parts of a new transport system first
Before we agree to build busways outside the city, we must see detailed plans and costs for the route through the city core.
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.
How much does it cost to run a bus?
What would make the bigger difference: another 2,500 people using Park & Ride or 55,000 more people using buses in the region?
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