Cambridgeshire Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan consultation

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The Cambridgeshire Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP) forms part of the Government’s aim to make walking and cycling the natural choice for all short journeys or as part of a longer journey. The Department for Transport recommended that all local authorities should develop LCWIPs and have advised that those authorities with plans will be well placed to bid for future funding.

The Cambridgeshire LCWIP covers the whole County and focuses on each district to highlight priority routes for cycling using census data to identify where funding could have the greatest effect in terms of where people live and work. For walking it focuses on Cambridge City and the Market Towns to identify the main routes to school, local shops, employment and train/bus stations.

We are keen to hear your views on the plan, particularly the proposed routes for each district. This consultation is on the plan as a whole. If funding becomes available to progress any of the routes within the plan there will be further feasibility work undertaken and local consultation for each individual scheme. We may share your information with our consultants and with the council analysis team.

You do not have to give us any personal information. We will not publish any personal details you do give us, but may publish our response, and include it in public reports, with personal details removed. Personal data will be held securely, in accordance with data protection legislation. We will only store it for 12 months after the consultation results have been analysed and the consultation report published.

This consultation will now run through to 23.59pm on 27 July following requests for additional time to review the proposals from several stakeholders and members of the public. If you have any questions relating to the consultation, please contact transport.delivery@cambridgeshire.gov.uk.

The Cambridgeshire Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan (LCWIP) forms part of the Government’s aim to make walking and cycling the natural choice for all short journeys or as part of a longer journey. The Department for Transport recommended that all local authorities should develop LCWIPs and have advised that those authorities with plans will be well placed to bid for future funding.

The Cambridgeshire LCWIP covers the whole County and focuses on each district to highlight priority routes for cycling using census data to identify where funding could have the greatest effect in terms of where people live and work. For walking it focuses on Cambridge City and the Market Towns to identify the main routes to school, local shops, employment and train/bus stations.

We are keen to hear your views on the plan, particularly the proposed routes for each district. This consultation is on the plan as a whole. If funding becomes available to progress any of the routes within the plan there will be further feasibility work undertaken and local consultation for each individual scheme. We may share your information with our consultants and with the council analysis team.

You do not have to give us any personal information. We will not publish any personal details you do give us, but may publish our response, and include it in public reports, with personal details removed. Personal data will be held securely, in accordance with data protection legislation. We will only store it for 12 months after the consultation results have been analysed and the consultation report published.

This consultation will now run through to 23.59pm on 27 July following requests for additional time to review the proposals from several stakeholders and members of the public. If you have any questions relating to the consultation, please contact transport.delivery@cambridgeshire.gov.uk.

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