Tuesday, 14 May 2013

Cambridgeshire transport strategy and a new busway to Haverhill

Faced with huge increases in the number of houses, and  population growth, in the county, Cambridgeshire County Council has warned that journeys could take up to 75% longer by 2031 if nothing is done about the transport infrastructure. Among proposals are new railway stations at Addenbrooke's (why has it taken them so long?) Fulbourn and Cherry Hinton. Reopening the railways to Haverhill and Bedford are suggested. An alternative idea for Haverhill is a guided busway alongside the A1307.

All this and more is included in an article in the Cambridge News here.

Cambridgeshire County Council source document here.

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