Q&A: Greater Cambridge Partnership answers our key questions on road-charging and bus network plans

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By paul.brackley@iliffemedia.co.uk (Paul Brackley) The Greater Cambridge Partnership’s plans to introduce road charging to fund a new bus network are proving hugely controversial, with marches being held in protest and in support of the proposals for a Sustainable Travel Zone. Under the proposals, car drivers would be charged £5 to drive in the city between 7am and 7pm on weekdays and van drivers would face a £10 charge, with lorry drivers paying £50, and some exemptions in place. The money would help to fund bus services that the GCP says would be cheaper, more reliable and operate for longer…

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