The NIC report praises the GCP’s current strategy to address:
- ‘First-last mile’ journeys in the city area; and
- Its “bold” vision for future transport solutions as a means of unlocking further and wider growth.
The outcome of a feasibility study into future transport solutions, commissioned jointly by GCP and the Combined Authority, which includes looking at the potential for an underground metro system, is due to be published in early 2018.
Elsewhere, the GCP’s on-going work to build upon existing high levels of sustainable travel in Cambridge by encouraging more people to shift to public transport, cycle or on foot, is viewed as “coherent” and in keeping with the broader east-west strategy.
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