Published: Monday, April 1, 2019
The survey results will now be analysed before being presented to the GCP Board in June.
Rachel Stopard, Chief Executive of the Greater Cambridge Partnership, said:
“We’re pleased that so many people have taken the time to respond to the campaign and give us their views on what they want future travel to be like in the region.
“This is a real opportunity to improve the Greater Cambridge area and provide a competitive alternative to the car through much-improved public transport, along with more cycling and walking routes that will help people get around far more easily and provide wider benefits too.
“Our team will now analyse all of these responses and present the findings to the Board so they can take a decision on next steps.”
Reduced congestion would allow faster, more frequent and reliable journeys on public transport while also helping to improve air quality– with a report released last month revealing that 106 deaths every year in Greater Cambridge are attributed to poor air quality.