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University promotes sustainable travel to staff and students

Yesterday marked the second day Travel for Cambridgeshire supported the University of Cambridge (The Judge Business School) to promote sustainable transport modes.  The event was aimed at students and staff, to help shift away from inefficient commuting habits such as single occupancy car use.

Staff and students were able to talk to a number of organisations working to change travel behaviours and lower congestion in Cambridge:

    • Greenways (cycling and walking routes into Cambridge) with Greater Cambridge Partnership representatives.
    • Public Health advisors supporting individuals to make healthier lifestyle changes.
    • Demonstrations showcasing the latest e-bikes on the market.
    • Camshare the on-line countywide car sharing platform.
    • Greater Anglia – learn how to save 10% on rail travel, try their VR headset and enter prize draws to win free rail taster tickets.
    • Advice on bike security and the opportunity to get your bike marked and registered, on the online police database.
    • Discount vouchers for Halfords, Coltswold Outdoor, National Express and many more.
    • And, of course, the opportunity to compete with colleagues/peers to win prizes, and engage in fun activities such as the Scalextric Challenge, the pedal powered Smoothie Bike, and more.

Get in touch if you’d like to learn more about fun and interactive ways to change employee travel behaviours.

 

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