This Citizens’ Assembly brought together randomly selected residents from across Greater Cambridge to develop recommendations on how to reduce congestion, improve air quality and provide better public transport.
Across two weekends, the citizens’ assembly heard a range of evidence relating to the challenges of congestion, air quality and public transport – this included learning, exploring and discussing:
- The situation in Greater Cambridge now and projections for the future;
- The impacts of congestion, air quality and public transport on our health; our environment; and our lives;
- Visions and approaches locally and from further afield on different ways to tackle the problem; and
- The range of measures that could be used to address the situation.
The high-level conclusions of the citizens' assembly were published in late 2019.