Published: Monday, 20th February 2017
A report today shows strong public support for measures to improve bus, cycle and walking journeys along the A1307 between Cambridge and Linton.
An investment plan to meet longer term ambitions for a future Greater Cambridge are laid out in a report published today.
Work towards a new £8.4m cycling and walking route for Cambridge is progressing well, with planning processes underway to move towards construction later this year.
Project managers leading major cycling improvements on Hills Road will meet contractors later this week to address the concerns about congestion related to a 24/7 road closure during construction.
Work is set to start on two new city cycle schemes and further extend the cycling network in Cambridge.
The Greater Cambridge City Deal has announced further plans to strengthen the local partnership and keep it match fit as work steps up.
Changes made to the City Deal’s public question process have come into force giving members of the public improved access to decision-making.
The results of public consultation on Cambridge congestion-busting plans – and recommendations for next steps – are published today.
An interim Chief Executive has been secured to lead the Greater Cambridge City Deal as work on the ambitious programme steps up.
Two pre-construction events are being held in January to provide more information about the approved scheme.
Potential locations for 'rural transport hubs' has been published.
Public consultation has backed plans for new ‘orbital’ bus journeys around Cambridge - providing fast and reliable trips north to south which avoid the city centre.
The City Deal Executive Board is urging MP Heidi Allen to help bring forward Network Rail proposals to improve safety at Foxton Level Crossing in an open letter by Programme Director Tanya Sheridan
A new £8.4m cycling and walking route for Cambridge has moved a step closer after receiving approval for construction.
The Greater Cambridge City Deal Executive Board has issued a detailed response to a letter from Save The West Fields.
An early response to the open letter published by Save The West Fields
Members of the Greater Cambridge City Deal partnership have wished fellow Board member Professor Nigel Slater well following news he is to step down to pursue his academic interests.
Ambitions for a web of high-quality cycleways linking Cambridge to its rural hinterland has been backed by members of the Greater Cambridge City Deal.
A new app set to improve Cambridge commuters’ and residents’ journeys will be designed by a tech firm in the heart of the city.
The very first Greater Cambridge City Deal scheme gets underway with the start of works on a new A10 cycleway.
Chairman of the Greater Cambridge City Deal Board, Cllr Lewis Herbert, today issued an update on the Board position following the end of consultation on Tackling Peak-time Congestion in Cambridge.
Plans have taken a step forward to provide public transport from new developments in Cambourne to Cambridge and so help stop unacceptable housing being built on green belt.
City Deal members have thanked the thousands who responded to proposals to tackle peak time Cambridge congestion and say they will listen to their views in taking any plans forward.
Do you live, work or travel in Cambridge? The Cambridge City Deal team is urging you to have your say and share your #travelstories.
Whether you’re a resident, employer, commuter, student or shopper – everyone who lives or visits Cambridge has a travel story to tell.
A second dedicated busway to improve travel to and from Cambridge is recommended in a report published today, Wednesday 21 September 2016.
Tough decisions need to be made to tackle congestion and make buses and other sustainable forms of transport a more attractive option."
Mature trees and greenery will remain a key feature of Milton Road as part of plans to improve transport links, it has been confirmed.
‘Bold’ ideas to limit traffic on Cambridge’s busiest roads during rush hours have been visualised to encourage more people to have their say on proposals to tackle congestion.
Over 237,000 bus tickets have been printed and advertising panels are going up in bus shelters on tackling congestion in Cambridge.
City Deal Executive Board Chair Lewis Herbert responded to a recent Q and A, so we want to share the answers here.
A report outlining preferred options for Cambourne to Cambridge will now be published next month.
More than 1300 people have already had their say on City Deal plans to ease gridlock and improve bus, cycle and walking trips and around the city.
The A1307, Three Campuses to Cambridge consultation is now closed.
People still have a chance to offer their views on plans to improve bus, cycling and walking journeys on the A1307 to Cambridge
Tackling Cambridge peak-time congestion
The Greater Cambridge City Deal Board will soon decide on smarter transport plans and take stock of progress on the Housing Development Agency.
The City Deal's A1307, Three Campuses to Cambridge consultation on initial ideas for bus, cycling and walking improvements has now launched!
The next stage of plans to improve bus, cycle and walking trips on two key routes into Cambridge are now available.
Cyclists in Cambridge could benefit from a doubling of the planned multi-million pound investment in the cross-city cycle network.
An eight-point plan to tackle Cambridge gridlock - without the need for a congestion charge - has been announced.
The consultation on initial ideas for a new bus link on or near the M11 is now closed.
Local Liaison Forum (LLF), will bring together councillors and public officials on a regular basis to exchange information and discuss planned improvements to bus links,
A ‘cycle superhighway’ connecting more homes, business and communities right across Cambridge has moved a step closer.
Thank you for having your say on the Histon Road, Milton Road and Cross City Cycling Consultations.
Exciting ideas for a new ‘Western Orbital’ bus link along or next to the M11 are being announced this week by the Greater Cambridge City Deal.
Public consultation proposed to tackle congestion between Cambridge and Haverhill
New Bus Priority Slip Road
Chisholm Trail about to take a significant step forward.
Cambourne to Cambridge feedback
The Greater Cambridge City Deal Partnership is happy to announce the launch of the Cross City Cycling consultation!
Have your say today on the Histon Road & Milton Road Consultations....
Thank you for having your say on the Chisholm Trail
Excellent responses to Call for Evidence, part of the Cambridge Access Study
The Cambourne to Cambridge consultation is now closed
Communicating Our Vision For Growth - Applications closed for City Deal Strategic Communications Manager role
Communicate our vision for growth in the Greater Cambridge area
We want your ideas on how to solve congestion in Cambridge
Have your say today on the Chisholm Trail...
Cambourne to Cambridge Consultation now launched!
City Deal facebook and twitter launched
Council Leaders have this week kicked off the first raft of major cycling improvements for Cambridge including the £8.4 million Chisholm Trail.
The Joint Assembly has recommended that the Executive Board approves the establishment of a Smarter Cambridgeshire work stream for Greater Cambridge.
City Deal Officers are gearing up for the next stage in creating an £8.4 million cycling and walking route, linking the north and south of Cambridge.
The City Deal Board will, this week, be asked to look at a proposal for working with key players to find solutions to Cambridge’s traffic problems.
New and exciting options for making bus services into Cambridge from Cambourne and the west faster and more reliable, as well as providing superior cycling facilities have been released this week.
A £180 million list of priority transport schemes that will be a game changer boosting the local economy for Greater Cambridge has been agreed, focusing on tackling the worst congested roads in Cambridge, freeing up bus services and improving life for residents, cyclists and pedestrians.
Transport proposals to be discussed as part of City Deal.
New deal will provide a step change in improving transport and facilitating housing.