Air pollution has been hitting the headlines recently, with MPs in the UK describing the state of national air quality as a public health emergency, but what are the implications for businesses and what can they do to tackle it?
2018 is the 20th year that Travel for Cambridgeshire (TfC) have been supporting businesses to measure and record how their employees get to and from work. During a one-week period (6th – 12th Oct 2018), the annual Travel to Work Survey asks how commuters travel, providing a ‘snapshot’ of employee travel behaviours.
During Bike Week (11th-17th June 2018), Cambridge employer Mott MacDonald, rewarded staff cycling to work with a free bikers’ breakfast. The bike to work breakfast was a way to engage and reward employees for using this sustainable travel mode.
Northstowe is a sustainable new town currently under construction (10,000 new homes), based on the site of the former RAF Oakington and surrounding farmland. In 2017, Travel for Cambridgeshire were appointed Travel Plan Coordinators for Phase 1 of the Northstowe development.
Motorists will benefit from free parking at Cambridge’s seven Park & Ride sites from 1 April. The £1 parking fee is being removed next month to encourage more people to get out of their cars and use greener and more sustainable modes of transport to travel into Cambridge city centre. The Greater Cambridge Partnership and Cambridgeshire County Council agreed...