Sam Davies

Road charging plans: have your say

You’re probably aware that there are proposals for an extended bus network, funded by a charge on vehicle movements from 2026 in a ‘Sustainable Travel Zone‘ which would extend across the whole city, including Queen Edith’s.

The proposals come from the Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP), which is currently running a consultation on them called Making Connections.

Following a request from me and Councillor Alex Beckett, GCP officers have agreed to have a stall at the Queen Edith’s Community Forum’s A Greener Queen Edith’s event this Saturday morning (5 November).

To find out more about the proposals, or give officers your feedback, please come along. The event is at Queen Edith’s Chapel on Wulfstan Way between 9.30am and 1pm. Drop in at any time.

This is a unique opportunity in this area to have your say. The only other in-person event the GCP is running in the south of the city is at Trumpington Meadows on the evening of 16 November.

Please forward this to your friends and neighbours so they don’t miss out.

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Sam Davies

Sam Davies

Sam Davies was elected to Cambridge City Council in May 2021 as a representative for the Queen Edith's ward, and is the city's only independent councillor.
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