Decision details

Cambridge Access and Capacity Study

Decision Maker: Greater Cambridge Partnership Executive Board, Greater Cambridge Partnership Joint Assembly

Is Key decision?: No

Is subject to call in?: No


The Executive Board:


(a)        NOTED the call for evidence analysis and the Cambridge Access Study Long List and Short List reports and outcomes.


(b)        AGREED the policy approach for a congestion reduction package, incorporating:


-       better bus services and expanded usage of Park and Rides;

-       better pedestrian and cycling infrastructure;

-       better streetscape and public realm;

-       peak congestion control points in the weekday morning and evening peak periods;

-       a workplace parking levy;

-       on-street parking controls (including residents’ parking)

-       smart technology;

-       travel planning.


(c)        NOTED the consultation and engagement principles attached to the report at Appendix D and agrees the principles of the engagement process on the proposed congestion reduction package, to commence in July 2016.


(d)        ENDORSED the proposal for a trial implementation of peak congestion control points, possibly on a phased basis in late 2017 using an experimental Traffic Regulation Order, with consultation on the Order held during the experimental period.


Publication date: 10/06/2016

Date of decision: 09/06/2016

Decided at meeting: 09/06/2016 - Greater Cambridge Partnership Executive Board

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