Published: Tuesday, June 18, 2019
Cyclists using routes upgraded by the Greater Cambridge Partnership will be asked to tell us their views on cycling in the city over the next three weeks.
The GCP is surveying attitudes to cycling from bikers along three routes in Cambridge, following a study carried out last summer to understand how many people were using the routes.
A team of surveyors will hand out postcards to along some of routes where GCP has carried out work to encourage people to fill in an online survey. The exact routes will not be revealed to help get an accurate picture of cycling levels.
The survey begins on 20 June. Officers will evaluate the findings of the study against 2018 figures to see changes in cycling levels.
The GCP is investing millions of pounds on a number of proposed cycling projects - including the Chisholm Trail, 12 Greater Cambridge Greenways and five Cross City Cycling schemes to extend and enhance the already first class cycling routes in Greater Cambridge.
We have also teamed up with cycling campaign group Love to Ride to encourage more people to jump on to their bikes and enjoy the benefits of cycling around Britain’s cycling city.
Read more about the GCP’s partnership with Love to Ride here