Transport is the second-biggest source of carbon emissions in Cambridgeshire and more walking and cycling is urgently needed to reduce this. Our Zero Carbon Streets project has begun to unlock the power of communities from Girton to Guyhirn, but there is much more to do. Help nurture this vital work
Rapid change is needed to address the climate crisis. Enabling people to drive less is essential in every district of Cambridgeshire and rural residents are often the most isolated. Our region’s transport authorities aspire to become leaders in rural networks for walking, cycling and wheeling, and local communities have the ideas and insight that can make that happen. Help us unite those working for change to make sustainable transport choices possible for all.
Our Zero Carbon Streets campaign has already inspired people across Cambridgeshire and supported community groups to install secure cycle parking in local villages, campaign for better walking and cycling infrastructure, and help residents speak up for active travel in local transport meetings and consultations. However, there is so much more to do. We want to empower and unite even more groups across the county to work together for safer, greener communities.