The judge has yet to make a public decision in the latest High Court hearing held 1st February 2024 between Pamela Wesson and Cambridgeshire County Council. The hearing was to decide whether or not Ms Wesson’s case regarding the implementation of the Mill Rd bridge modal filter should move forward or be “struck out”. While… Continue reading Legal action delaying Mill Rd traffic reductions
On Saturday 11th November, we launched our campaign against pavement and other illegal parking along Mill Road. Called #Pavemeant4People, the campaign aims to raise awareness of the negative impacts of anti-social parking, and put pressure on the City and County Council to enforce parking regulations and prevent pavement parking. MR4P supporters stood along the edge… Continue reading MR4P launch #Pavemeant4People campaign
What are we waiting for? There’s a clear democratic mandate for bridge restrictions, and County need to get on with it.
Cambridge City Council elections are coming up – what do the candidates think should happen next on Mill Road? We sent our May 2023 election questionnaire to all the city council candidates in Coleridge, Petersfield and Romsey to find out. The candidates and the responses received are shown below. You can filter them by Ward… Continue reading City elections 2023: (some) candidates’ views on Mill Road
Released 7 March 2023 14:00 Mill Road 4 People are delighted at the decision of the County Council Highways and Transport Committee to approve the TRO for Mill Road bridge. Residents in the Mill Road area have been calling for traffic reductions for literally decades, and it is great to see their views being acted… Continue reading mill road 4 people welcome bus gate approval
Following an extensive and widely advertised public consultation, in their July 2022 meeting Cambridgeshire County Council Highways Committee decided to consult on a formal TRO to reinstate the modal filter on Mill Road bridge. The TRO included a list of exemptions to that filter (e.g. blue badge holders, taxis). The results of that TRO consultation… Continue reading Update: Mill Road bridge TRO up for review at Highways
The future of Mill Road was again on the agenda at the County Council Highways Committee Tuesday. Councillors decided unanimously to accept officers’ recommendations for further progress on Mill Rd. These were: Note the review undertaken by the GCP of Mill Road Agree to consult on a Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) to reinstate the modal… Continue reading Mill Road: progress at Highways committee
Here are some ideas MR4P’s members have come up with for improvements to the Mill Road streetscape. There’s also an alternative to a single filter on Mill Road bridge which has some advantages – zoom out on the map to see that. Move the map about to look for the red / black icons which… Continue reading Streetscape and traffic filtering
Cambridge City Council elections are coming up – what do the candidates think about Mill Road? We’ve distributed our May 2022 election questionnaire to all the city council candidates in Coleridge, Petersfield and Romsey to find out. The responses that we’ve received are shown below. You can filter them by Ward and by Party.
We have now submitted our response to the current phase of the Mill Road Consultation. It’s summarised below. The current consultation closes next Monday 21st March at midday. If you haven’t already responded to the online survey, you can do so at https://www.greatercambridge.org.uk/MillRoadSpring2022. There are also three more workshops happening this week – details are… Continue reading consultation closes 21st March – our response