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The Cambridge and Peterborough Combined Authority now has transport powers in Peterborough

As of April 2021 transport powers in Peterborough were transferred from Peterborough city council to the Cambridge and Peterborough combined authority. The authority was granted widespread powers as part of a devolution deal agreed with the Government in 2017. The Combined Authority has responsibility for supporting, improving and building on the bus network around the…

Charge Collective Research

The Charge Collective work involves carrying out research to assess the opportunities for flexibility services from public on-street EV charging infrastructure. The aim of Charge Collective is to develop a framework to overcome barriers to investment in public charging by reducing network costs and providing support to investors through collaboration with local authorities. More information…

Mayor James Palmer launches e bikes in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough with Voi to support key workers to move safely

The Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority, led by Mayor James Palmer, has today (21st January 2021) launched electric bikes for public hire in Cambridge and Peterborough City centers. Cambridge and Peterborough residents will be able to hire Voi e-bikes to move safely while making essential journeys while adhering to the social distancing recommendations. E-scooters and…

Yesterday we saw the launch of a number of new EV charge points at the Riverside car park including a 50kw rapid charger for the local taxi trade to use.

Carbon literacy training this morning, exciting stuff. Our colleagues are rolling out carbon literacy training to staff, raising awareness and providing the tools to help us tackle climate change.

Dairy milk produces more emissions than plant-based milks. Why not try oat, soy or hazelnut milk next time you grab a coffee?


We have all lived very differently over the last year. As we look forward to moving out of Covid restrictions, are there any climate friendly changes you want to keep? Have you enjoyed walking to your local shop or taking the time to explore the local area?


One of our climate change team upcycled an old wooden pallet into a planter to grow their own veg. Growing your own food removes emissions from transport and removes single use plastics.