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Buses

Updated September 2018 with details about a Cambridge city bus hub moved to a new paper. Background After years of growth, bus patronage is in decline, locally and nationally, at a time when train patronage continues to...

Travel hubs

Overview Park & Ride is a well-established tool for coping with overwhelming demand to travel into the city. The current arrangement for Cambridge, developed between 1996 and 2008, proved the concept, but needs...

On-Street Parking

Four new residents’ parking zones have achieved the 50% level of support needed to proceed to go forward as Traffic Regulation Orders: Accordia, Staffordshire, Newnham, Coleridge West. A new residents’ parking zone in...

Rail and its untapped potential

Thanks to Railfuture East Anglia for their assistance in preparing this paper. The potential of rail Cambridge’s railway network already has a significant role in bringing people into the city, with an annual footfall...

Inbound Flow Control

What is Inbound Flow Control? Inbound Flow Control is a powerful technique for reducing congestion. Traffic lights on the edge of the city release vehicles only as fast as the road ahead can carry them. By restricting...

Smart Traffic Management

How Smart Traffic Management and Smart Traffic Lights regulate the flow of traffic through the city in response to demand.

The Greater Cambridge City Deal

The Essentials Combined Authority official website What is the Greater Cambridge City Deal? The City Deal is an agreement between central government and three local authorities to invest in Greater Cambridge to...

Smarter Cambridge Transport’s Plan

Our ten point plan for realising the Smarter Cambridge Transport vision for integrated and sustainable transport for Cambridge, south Cambridgeshire and beyond.