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Can you help develop a fair Local Transport Plan?

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Earlier this year the Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority (CPCA) published their draft Local Transport Plan (LTP). Our analysis of this plan showed that it would fail to deliver anything close to zero transport emissions by 2050. Independent analysis by the Cambridge University Science & Policy Exchange (CUSPE) of transport emissions scenarios for the CPCA […]

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CNC Response to the Combined Authority Local Transport Plan

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The Local Transport Plan (LTP) 2019 from the Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority (CPCA)  is the latest in a series of LTPs for the region. Reducing congestion and improving commuting remain the focus and it pays no more than lip service to the challenge of reducing carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from transport. Were it to […]

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Environmental Credentials of the Combined Authority and Greater Cambridge Partnership

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The future framework of transportation within Cambridgeshire could be decided by two events taking place before year end. The Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority (CPCA) local transport plan (LTP) went out for consultation in June and is accepting comments up until September 27, 2019. Implementing the LTP is important to the CPCA in order that […]

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Christmas Quiz: The Offsetting Problem

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A Cambridge entrepreneur (Dr Arith Metic) has a successful AI business (“Impossible Blue”) established on the Cambridge Science Park). He receives regular enquiries and orders from the US, as a reult of which he makes three economy class Stansted to San Francisco flights a year. He expects to be making the same number of flights […]