Imagine public transport in Cambridge that works for everyone

George Weyman, 2016 Oct 8

Cambridge bus. Picture courtesy Steven Hughes on Flickr. Attribution non-commercial no-derivative.Transport is a hot topic right now in Cambridge.  A major Travel to Work Area, unprecedented growth, City Deal, new railway station – how can we use these opportunities to build a transport infrastructure that is fair for everyone?

You can explore the possibilities at the Central Library on Saturday 5 November, between 11am and midday.  Simon Norton of Cambridgeshire Campaign for Better Transport will introduce the topic, as part of our cafe-style discussion series ‘Our Cambridge’.

We’d like to get contributions from as many other groups as possible, as well as individual residents and commuters in Cambridge and the surrounding area.

The meeting is a free and informal opportunity to explore a topic in relation to inequality and social justice in Cambridge with a local expert. It is also a chance to share your ideas and meet new people.

For more on the monthly ‘Our Cambridge’ series, see http://www.thecambridgecommons.org/our-cambridge/.

(Photograph courtesy Steven Hughes on Flickr CC BY-NC-DC 2.0 http://bit.ly/2cZqBwC)