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10 views on the decision to reopen Mill Road bridge in Cambridge to all traffic

10 views on the decision to reopen Mill Road bridge in Cambridge to all traffic

10 views on the decision to reopen Mill Road bridge in Cambridge to all traffic

28 July 2021

From delight to disappointment, we explore some of the reactions.

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We all need cleaner air, better buses and fewer cars

We all need cleaner air, better buses and fewer cars

We all need cleaner air, better buses and fewer cars

28 July 2021

An opinion piece by Cllr Lewis Herbert, Labour leader of Cambridge City Council.


Local authorities need to get the basics right for better bus services

Local authorities need to get the basics right for better bus services

Local authorities need to get the basics right for better bus services

27 July 2021

The more people use public transport, the better the service gets, writes Edward Leigh of Smarter Cambridge Transport.

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The six guiding principles that Cambridge needs to achieve sustainable growth

The six guiding principles that Cambridge needs to achieve sustainable growth

The six guiding principles that Cambridge needs to achieve sustainable growth

27 July 2021

Jane Paterson-Todd, CEO of Cambridge Ahead, writes for the Cambridge Independent,

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Cambridge transport: The case for light rail over busways to get city moving

Cambridge transport: The case for light rail over busways to get city moving

Cambridge transport: The case for light rail over busways to get city moving

30 June 2021

Cambridge Connect and Railfuture East explain their vision for an Isaac Newton Line and Darwin Line instead of the GCP schemes.

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Cambridge Ahead’s Jeremy Newsum: ‘Quality of life is an essential aspect of economic growth’

Cambridge Ahead’s Jeremy Newsum: ‘Quality of life is an essential aspect of economic growth’

Cambridge Ahead’s Jeremy Newsum: ‘Quality of life is an essential aspect of economic growth’

28 June 2021

How do we build the best small city in the world?

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Why we should cut speed limits to help make Vision Zero a reality

Why we should cut speed limits to help make Vision Zero a reality

Why we should cut speed limits to help make Vision Zero a reality

15 May 2021

Opinion | Smarter Cambridge Transport says 20mph zones would reduce deaths and serious injuries.

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East West Rail: Why a northern approach via Northstowe should be considered

East West Rail: Why a northern approach via Northstowe should be considered

East West Rail: Why a northern approach via Northstowe should be considered

27 April 2021

Opinion: Scientist and local resident James Perry shares his thoughts on the route.

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Will we really build 19,810 zero carbon new homes in Greater Cambridge?

Will we really build 19,810 zero carbon new homes in Greater Cambridge?

Will we really build 19,810 zero carbon new homes in Greater Cambridge?

13 April 2021

Anne Miller, of Carbon Neutral Cambridge, looks at claims made in response to the Local Plan call for sites.

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How FFI works on local solutions to the global environmental crisis

How FFI works on local solutions to the global environmental crisis

How FFI works on local solutions to the global environmental crisis

23 March 2021

The first in a new series with members of Cambridge Conservation Initiative.


Time to suspend peak-time rail fares, or we’ll see many more people commuting by car

Time to suspend peak-time rail fares, or we’ll see many more people commuting by car

Time to suspend peak-time rail fares, or we’ll see many more people commuting by car

16 March 2021

Edward Leigh, of Smarter Cambridge Transport, examines what might happen as Covid-19 restrictions lift.

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Anthony Browne MP on the Budget 2021: ‘It is a process of Rescue, Recovery and Repair’

Anthony Browne MP on the Budget 2021: ‘It is a process of Rescue, Recovery and Repair’

Anthony Browne MP on the Budget 2021: ‘It is a process of Rescue, Recovery and Repair’

12 March 2021

The Conservative MP for South Cambridgeshire delivers his verdict on last week’s announcements from the Chancellor, Rishi Sunak.


Vegan or plant-based: What’s the difference and does it matter?

Vegan or plant-based: What’s the difference and does it matter?

Vegan or plant-based: What’s the difference and does it matter?

09 March 2021

Louise Palmer-Masterton, founder of Stem & Glory restaurant in Cambridge, discusses what these terms mean.

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Cambridge imam says Covid-19 vaccine myths have nothing to do with Islam

Cambridge imam says Covid-19 vaccine myths have nothing to do with Islam

Cambridge imam says Covid-19 vaccine myths have nothing to do with Islam

11 February 2021

Imam Muhammad Amir Karim, of the Abu Bakr Mosque on Mawson Road, urges people not to believe sensationalist stories.


Abbey: The ‘forgotten’ ward in England’s most unequal city

Abbey: The ‘forgotten’ ward in England’s most unequal city

Abbey: The ‘forgotten’ ward in England’s most unequal city

01 February 2021

Nicky Shepherd of Abbey People on how you can help overcome inequality


My theory of everything (that’s gone wrong in the world)

My theory of everything (that’s gone wrong in the world)

My theory of everything (that’s gone wrong in the world)

16 December 2020

From Trump to Brexit to the Covid ‘resistance’, Paul Kirkley argues a binding narrative thread runs through the world’s lurch into dangerous nonsense.

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Opinion: University of Cambridge fossil fuel divestment - it’s not about the money...

Opinion: University of Cambridge fossil fuel divestment - it’s not about the money...

Opinion: University of Cambridge fossil fuel divestment - it’s not about the money...

09 October 2020

The Green Party's Jeremy Caddick, who helped to campaign for it, shares his thoughts on why this is an important decision.

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Opinion: 8,000 homes at North East Cambridge will make it double the density of inner London

Opinion: 8,000 homes at North East Cambridge will make it double the density of inner London

Opinion: 8,000 homes at North East Cambridge will make it double the density of inner London

08 September 2020

Yet the new district will not solve city’s housing shortage, argues Smarter Cambridge Transport.

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Camcycle: ‘It’s clear police are not taking Cambridge bike theft seriously enough’

Camcycle: ‘It’s clear police are not taking Cambridge bike theft seriously enough’

Camcycle: ‘It’s clear police are not taking Cambridge bike theft seriously enough’

29 August 2020

Opinion | Roxanne De Beaux says conservative estimates suggest £1.5m worth of bikes are stolen in the county each year.

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The pitfalls of restricting students after GCSE results day

The pitfalls of restricting students after GCSE results day

The pitfalls of restricting students after GCSE results day

19 August 2020

Jo Sale, vice principal, Impington International College, takes a look at the advantages of the International Baccalaureate


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