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A phased reduction in parking provision is needed if we are to permanently reduce traffic, congestion and carbon emissions in Cambridge.
The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Independent Climate Commission (CPICC) final report contains two major recommendations for transport.
Eighteen new 1,500-space car parks in the countryside, and we'll still end up with more traffic, congestion, air pollution, deaths and injuries.
Politicians are still almost entirely preoccupied with solving historical problems, and not getting started on meeting the climate challenge.
Until the GCP develops a strategy for active travel, public transport, deliveries and private transport, it continues to waste our money.
Politicians are squandering the chance of a transport future with zero carbon emissions, zero air pollution, zero road deaths and zero congestion.
Please sign our petition to the Greater Cambridge Partnership to reallocate funding from busways and car parks to more sustainable alternatives.
The Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP) has now spent over £100 million on transport schemes since the City Deal was signed in 2014.
An independent audit is underway of the Cambourne to Cambridge busway. Can we now hope for sense to prevail?
Before we agree to build busways outside the city, we must see detailed plans and costs for the route through the city core.
Last year a Citizens Assembly considered how to reduce congestion, improve air quality and provide better public transport. What's happened since?
Why we need to transfer transport powers from the county council and make Greater Cambridge a Highway Authority.
It’s the not the job of council officers to protect the reputations of incompetent consultants, yet they do.
Is there anyone who thinks that local government in Cambridgeshire is functioning well?
What would make the bigger difference: another 2,500 people using Park & Ride or 55,000 more people using buses in the region?
The proposed P&R is therefore not even part of a solution; it intensifies the problem.
Public Health England recommends targeting pollution hotspots and areas which have more vulnerable people.
The Greater Cambridge Partnership would do well to talk with the team at Leeds City Council
Answers are always promised, but when these arrive, they resolve little and pose more questions.
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.
Neither the Greater Cambridge Partnership nor the Combined Authority has a plan to transform bus services across the region.
How can anything work in Cambridgeshire when five bodies have responsibilities and receive funding for transport?
A conservative extrapolation from the St Ives busway to the Haverhill railway provides a forecast of about 4.5m trips/year. So why isn’t reopening the railway still under consideration?
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...