There's still time to express your views in Greater Cambridge Partnership's (GCP's) Choices for Better Journeys survey about future travel in the Greater Cambridge area and beyond. GCP is asking for your opinions on a range of issues through an online survey that runs until Sunday 31 March.
What are your ‘Choices for Better Journeys’?
In autumn 2017, GCP’s Big Conversation asked people about the travel challenges they faced and their ideas for the future.
Many people said that a more affordable public transport network, with better service availability and reliability, would be of great benefit to them. People also criticised the level of congestion in the Greater Cambridge area.
GCP has looked at how it could significantly improve public transport across the area, alongside continued improvements to walking and cycling provision, to give people better choices for travelling into and around Cambridge.
Your views needed
It is now asking for your views on a range of issues and ideas, including:
- proposals to transform public transport to offer a better alternative to the car
- different options for tackling congestion, improving air quality and freeing-up road space
- funding a future improved public transport system.
Choices for Better Journeys will run until 31 March.
Please complete the survey to give your views.
The survey has been developed in collaboration with Cambridge Ahead and in association with Cambridge Network and the Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce.
Further information and next steps
GCP is hosting a number of public events across the region that you are welcome to attend.
Find out more this week at:
- Madingley Rd P&R, Tuesday 26 March
- Student workshop at University Centre, Tuesday 26 March
- Northstowe Community Wing, Thursday 28 March
- Royston Library, Friday 29 March
Following this engagement, the GCP Executive Board will consider feedback and next steps.
If you have any questions on Choices for Better Journeys, please email email@example.com or call 01223 699906.
The Greater Cambridge Partnership is the local delivery body for a City Deal with central Government, bringing powers and investment, worth up to £1 billion over 15 years, to vital improvements in infrastructure, supporting and accelerating the creation of 44,000 new jobs, 33,500 new homes and 420 additional apprenticeships.