What is CambridgeBOLD?

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It has also responded to the Western Orbital consultation: see here.

CambridgeBOLD‘s responses are intended to represent as much as possible a broad consensus of local opinion along the route.

Please email comments@cambridgebold.org if you’d like a printed copy posted to you, or to discuss the document.

Why is it called BOLD?…

  • we took the name “Bold” from the June meeting of the City Deal Assembly, when various Assembly-members called for “a bold approach to Cambridge’s transport problems“.
  • our proposals are indeed bold, constructive and forward-looking: they will cater for the growing volume of traffic; they include extensive off-road cycle routes; they address the “Western Orbital” route to the Biomedical Campus; they are deliverable; and they can be constructed in stages as additional finance becomes available.
  • with a mixture of light-heartedness and seriousness, we decided that BOLD could perhaps stand for “Brilliantly-Organised, Locally-Designed”

 This web-site is managed by South Cambridgeshire District Councillor Francis Burkitt