Cambridge Area Bus Users
Working for bus passengers in and around Cambridge
- Are you concerned about deteriorating bus services in and around Cambridge?
- Does your neighbourhood or village have a decent service?
- What about early mornings, late evenings or Sundays?
Index of Posts:
- Lockdown 3-related service changes
- Stagecoach announce January service changes
- Stagecoach 905 revised from 15th November [POSTPONED]
- Stagecoach Busway changes (including “feeder” services) from 1st November
- Stagecoach non-Busway changes from 1st November
- Whippet service U changes from 19th October
- Cambridge South Station
- A2B revised 75 timetable from 14th September
- Stagecoach non-Busway changes from 30th August
- Busway changes from 30th August (including “feeder” services)
- Whippet changes from 31st August (services X3, 18, 400, 478 and new service X2)
- Whippet consultation, services X3, 478 & 18
- Cambridge South Rail Station
- Covid-related cycling and walking measures
- Full service to Addenbrooke’s
- Histon Road inbound closure from 29th June until “summer 2021”
- Universal Bus Service Review
- Coronavirus-related temporary timetables (and other changes)
- Busway diversion finally finishes on 29th March
- Milton Park & Ride changes from 15th March
- Fenland Busfest 2020 POSTPONED
- Stagecoach Citi 5 (and 5A/5C) changes from 15th March
- Electric Buses for Cambridge
- Survey on bus services – Cambridge Area Bus Users response
- Busway changes (routes A, B & D) from 13th January
- Universal Bus Service – Survey 2019
- Busway changes (soon)
- Changes from 5th January to Stagecoach Citi 4-8 + 18 & 96
- Survey on bus services – St Ives Town Council response
- Survey on bus services
- Busway closure extended again!
- Histon Road Scheme delayed
- J’s complaint about citi2 bus disruption
- Stagecoach East’s bus service review
- John Carroll FREng’s solution to prevent citi1/citi2 disruption.
- Cambridge’s MP, Daniel Zeichner intervenes to save the citi2
- Mayor of Cambridge calls for delay on roundabout to save citi2
- Citi2 will not serve Addenbrooke’s Hospital for over six months
- Cambridge Area Bus Users Publicity Leaflet
- Bus stops – Fit for the 21st Century?
- Our Vision for Better Buses
- Better bus routes
- Stagecoach Busway consultation
- Passenger Information Displays
- Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority Strategic Bus Review
- Choices for Better Journeys
- Travel Hubs or Park&Ride?
- Dirty Buses?
- Catch The Bus Week
- Flagging up a problem…
- Public Meeting: The Future of Cambridge Area’s Bus Services
- Blindfold walk
- Simon Norton 1952-2019
- Closure of Mill Road Bridge for Railway Works July/August 2019 – Update
On Saturday 15 June 2019 Cambridge Area Bus Users held our Annual General Meeting and followed it with a public meeting addressed by representatives of two local bus operators and an independent expert.
Buses are the most-used form of public transport. They serve a vital role within communities, connecting people to key public services, such as schools and hospitals, local amenities, and work – with more people commuting by bus than all other forms of public transport combined1. Overall, there are three times as many trips in England made by local bus than made by rail, with over 60% of public transport trips made by bus2.
1: DfT National Travel Survey Statistics Table NTS0303, Department for Transport, 2017.
2: Annual Bus Statistics: England 2016/17, Department for Transport, 2017.
Cambridge Area Bus Users was formed to stand up for the interests of bus passengers in and around Cambridge.
- All bus users in and around Cambridge are welcome to join us.
- Help us work towards better bus services for the area.
- Please recommend membership throughout your community.
We have a modest membership fee (£5.00 per household per year, though no-one will be refused membership for inability to pay). Why not join us?
You can also get involved by:
- Following us on Twitter @CBGbusUsers
- Liking our page on Facebook
- emailling firstname.lastname@example.org
- following this website (See at the foot of the page.)
- contacting us.
Please click through to our discussions, posts and comments pages:
- Bus Franchising, Quality Partnerships, and other ways of improving bus services
- Posts & updates
- Bus users’ Comments, Compliments, Complaints and Opinions, where you can make a comment, and/or add a link to any website, article, or blog you think would be of interest to local bus users.
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If you don’t have your own blog but would like to submit a longer opinion-piece, you’re welcome to contact us to do so. Cambridge Area Bus Users reserve the right to edit, but will attribute it to you, unless you would like to remain anonymous.
We welcome your suggestions for new web-pages and blog-posts.
Minutes of Cambridge Area Bus Users Inaugural General Meeting can be downloaded here. (PDF 1.3 MB)
A General Meeting was held on Saturday 6th October 2018. Minutes of Cambridge Area Bus Users General Meeting of 6 October 2018 can be viewed/downloaded here. (PDF 204 KB)
The 2019 Annual General Meeting was held on Saturday 15th June 2019. Minutes of the 2019 Annual General Meeting can be viewed/downloaded here. (PDF)
This was followed by a Public Meeting on The Future of Cambridge Area’s Bus Services addressed by three transport experts. Read more, and view the speeches & question and answer sessions, here.
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