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South Area: transport and policing

by Amanda Taylor on 28 February, 2020

The agenda for the South Area meeting on Monday, 9th March has just been published. No. Item 1 Welcome, Introduction and Apologies for Absence 2 Declarations of Interest 3 Minutes 4 Matters and Actions Arising from the Minutes Items for Discussion 5 Estate Improvement Scheme 6 Policing and Safer Neighbourhoods SAC 7 Update Report on […]

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Bus service changes

by Amanda Taylor on 4 July, 2016

Cambridgeshire County Council has received registrations to alter a number of services from 23rd / 24th July. The services affected are: Dews service 22 Whippet services 1, 1A, 3 / X3, 5, 6, 9, 12, 16, 21 and 400’s Stagecoach services 9 / X9, 13, 26 / 27, 33, Busway A / B, Citi 4, […]

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Guided Busway lights are going in!

by Amanda Taylor on 2 July, 2015

At long last, work has begun to instal lights on the bridleway along the Guided Busway. This is the culmination of a campaign that started in 2012, with a LightTheCycleway! petition presented to the Conservative County Council Cabinet requesting lighting on the southern section of the Busway, between the railway station and Addenbrooke’s Hospital. Trenching […]

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We did it! Busway lighting agreed

by Amanda Taylor on 21 October, 2014

Cambridgeshire County Council has agreed to provide LED lighting on the guided bus bridleway – a victory for all the 230 people who petitioned for lights in the interests of public safety. The new lights will go along the Busway maintenance track from Cambridge railway station to Trumpington Park and Ride. The County Council’s Economy […]

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Trying out the new cycle racks at Cambridge Station

by Amanda Taylor on 19 August, 2012

Cycle parking at Cambridge train station has been a bone of contention amongst cyclists for many years. There are not enough spaces for the bikes available, a problem caused partly by the fact some bikes are left behind by their owners when they leave Cambridge, and never collected. Because the parking is cramped, it’s also […]

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Good news! I am delighted to learn that Cambridgeshire County Council is going to build a link between the Hills Road Bridge and the Guided Busway cycle route. They have agreed to build a series of steps from the southern Busway Cycle route to the Hills Road Bridge. This will mean that people can avoid […]

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