GCP/Cambridgeshire County Council Transport Response to Covid-19 - ETROs in Cambridge- (Phase 2)

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A Covid-19 pavement marking.  White text on a red square, saying "Covid-19 - Maintain Social Distance"

Consultation now closed

Thank you to everyone who has taken part in this survey, which has now closed. If you wish to make further comments about the Newtown Phase 2 ETRO, please email contactus@greatercambridge.org.uk by 7 July 2021.


Introduction

GCP is working with Cambridgeshire County Council to encourage walking and cycling and to support social distancing during the Covid-19 pandemic.

We introduced a series of experimental traffic management schemes in August 2020 including a first phase of measures in the Newtown area which closed various routes to through motor traffic. We held a public consultation for this first phase of measures in November / December 2020.

A second phase of experimental measures for the Newtown area was introduced on 20 January 2021. We delivered information leaflets to local addresses and advertised the closures through the media, our website and local stakeholders. We invited people to send us their comments on all the Phase 2 measures in the Newtown area. All comments and feedback will be given careful consideration when the experimental measures are reviewed in the autumn this year.


The Phase 2 public consultation

We are now holding a formal public consultation on the Newtown Phase 2 measures. This will start at noon on Monday 17 May 2021 and close at noon on Friday 11 June.

All representations will be considered by the GCP and CCC prior to any final decisions being taken on whether the experimental measures should be made permanent, modified in any way or removed.

Please complete this questionnaire to have your say.

Consultation now closed

Thank you to everyone who has taken part in this survey, which has now closed. If you wish to make further comments about the Newtown Phase 2 ETRO, please email contactus@greatercambridge.org.uk by 7 July 2021.


Introduction

GCP is working with Cambridgeshire County Council to encourage walking and cycling and to support social distancing during the Covid-19 pandemic.

We introduced a series of experimental traffic management schemes in August 2020 including a first phase of measures in the Newtown area which closed various routes to through motor traffic. We held a public consultation for this first phase of measures in November / December 2020.

A second phase of experimental measures for the Newtown area was introduced on 20 January 2021. We delivered information leaflets to local addresses and advertised the closures through the media, our website and local stakeholders. We invited people to send us their comments on all the Phase 2 measures in the Newtown area. All comments and feedback will be given careful consideration when the experimental measures are reviewed in the autumn this year.


The Phase 2 public consultation

We are now holding a formal public consultation on the Newtown Phase 2 measures. This will start at noon on Monday 17 May 2021 and close at noon on Friday 11 June.

All representations will be considered by the GCP and CCC prior to any final decisions being taken on whether the experimental measures should be made permanent, modified in any way or removed.

Please complete this questionnaire to have your say.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    This survey will ask you about your usage of the Newtown area, your opinion of the effect of the Phase 2 measures introduced in January 2021 and some personal information.

    All responses will be kept strictly confidential and will be redacted before being published on the website.

    A consultation report, which covers both Phase 1 and Phase 2 measures, will be posted on the website and will be taken to the Greater Cambridge Partnership Executive in the autumn. The County Council will make a decision on the scheme in due course.

    The leaflet and map relating to the Phase 2 measures can be seen on the right-hand side of this page.

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