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Over two-thirds of local election candidates engage with travel alliance’s first manifesto for transport in Cambridgeshire

An alliance of 31 transport, environment and health organisations has issued a manifesto for transport in Cambridgeshire and asked all candidates for election to Cambridge City Council whether they will pledge to support it. Cambridgeshire Sustainable Travel Alliance (CSTA) issued the manifesto because it believes that everyone in our region should be able to make …

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When transformational change was within reach, our local politicians chose not to lead the way 

This statement was released to the press on 6 September. It was published as an opinion piece on CambsNews and featured in an article in the Cambridge Independent [paywall]. Our dreadful transport situation leaves people struggling to access employment, education, healthcare and social activities. For many, it makes everyday life in Cambridge unpleasant, inconvenient and …

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Congestion metering, congestion charging and peak-time congestion control points: a quick history of road pricing proposals in Cambridgeshire

PLEASE NOTE: This is a live blog, which we will update regularly as we receive new information. Please get in touch if you think there’s anything we should add. Previous road charging plans haven’t featured heavily in recent discussions about the Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP)’s Making Connections proposals, so it might come as a surprise …

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