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CCC – Transport Strategies 2022 Public consultation including active travel – Deadline 7 November

“The Transport Strategy team at Cambridgeshire County Council has developed three draft transport
strategies that will set the County Council’s transport policy approach for the districts of Fenland and
Huntingdonshire, and for active travel across the whole county. We are now consulting with all
stakeholders and the public on the draft strategies to give you the opportunity to input into them
before they are finalised and recommended for adoption in Spring 2023. We would welcome your
comments on the following strategies, and also ask for your help in spreading the word.
– Draft Fenland Transport Strategy
– Draft Huntingdonshire Transport Strategy
– Draft Cambridgeshire’s Active Travel Strategy
The public consultation survey is now live and can be accessed on our consultation website here Please select which strategy you would like to find out
more, read the draft strategy and provide your views by completing the online survey. The survey will
close on Monday 7th November 2022. We welcome your response for any combination of the three
strategies dependent on your interest.
We want to ensure we reach as much of the general public as possible so we also ask that you
display/share the promotional materials attached, or the link to the survey to your contacts, or add the
information to any newsletters/social media pages you produce. If you would like printed copies to be
sent, please get in touch. Alternatively, watch out for the County Council’s social media posts and
share as appropriate.
We will be holding a number of events, and paper copies of the strategies are available at selected
libraries, all listed in the leaflet attached.
If you have any questions please do get in touch. We thank you in advance of your support in
spreading the word, and hope you will take time to respond to the surveys.”
Kind regards,
Transport Strategy Team
Transport Strategy & Funding
Cambridgeshire County Council

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