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26 February 2019, 18:48 | Updated: 26 February 2019, 18:52
Following the "Big Conversation" about future travel in the Greater Cambridge area and beyond local authorities and investment organisation now want to hear more about how to raise an annual £20m to create a "world class" transport network in Cambridge.
The money could come from a congestion charge or a workplace levy or a pollution charge - or a combination of those and more.
Following the 2017 "Big Conversation" many respondents said a more affordable public transport network, with better availability and reliability, would be of great benefit – with 64% criticising the level of congestion and 42% citing a lack of adequate public transport.
Now residents and workers views are wanted on a range of further issues including:
• proposals to transform public transport to offer a better alternative to the car.
• different options for tackling congestion, improving air quality and freeing-up road space.
• funding a future improved public transport system.
Find out more at greatercambridge.org.uk/choicesbetterjourneys2019
Pictured: Lewis Herbert leader of Cambridge City Council, Claire Ruskin (CEO Cambridge Network and on the Executive Board of the Greater Cambridge Partnership) and Cllr Aidan van de Weyer