What is the Cambridgeshire Sustainable Travel Alliance?

The alliance has been founded by three groups campaigning for better sustainable transport – Cambridge Living Streets, Camcycle and Cambridge Area Bus Users – in response to the Greater Cambridge Partnership’s second Making Connections consultation. We invite other groups and individuals to get involved.

Sign up to join us here.

Cambridge Living Streets

Cambridge Living Streets is the local branch of the national charity working for better everyday walking. The Cambridge group is determined to provide a voice and a campaigning platform for pedestrians in the city.

View their Stumbling Streets campaign website here and sign up to join Cambridge Living Streets here.

Graphic of a birds eye view of people on a zebra crossing. Text reads Living Streets Group Cambridge

Camcycle (Cambridge Cycling Campaign)

Camcycle, a local charity with over 1,650 members, works for more, better and safer cycling for all ages and abilities. Its vision is for a thriving and sustainable region of healthy, happy people where everyone feels able to enjoy the benefits of cycling.

Find out more about Camcycle on their website and become a member here.

Camcycle logo featuring a Dutch bike

Cambridge Area Bus Users

Cambridge Area Bus Users stands up for the interests of bus passengers in and around Cambridge. Their vision is to make buses a great choice of transport.

Read more on their website here and become a member here.

Cambridge Area Bus Users logo with the text 'Working for bus passengers in and around Cambridge'