Published: Friday, March 23, 2018
The public’s views on plans to improve public transport to the west of Cambridge have been published today.
The Greater Cambridge Partnership received 2,049 survey responses to the Cambourne to Cambridge public consultation (phase one) held over the winter.
Many more people attended public events or participated in focus groups and formal submissions were also received from a number of groups.
The scheme aims to provide faster and more sustainable transport links - including public transport, cycling and walking - between existing and proposed homes and places of work, and to help reduce congestion on the A428 and A1303.
It is expected that any scheme would be able to transition for use by the CAM Metro in due course.
Officers will now analyse and assess the findings, alongside technical, transport, environmental, economic and other evidence, and bring a report and officer recommendation to meetings of the Joint Assembly on 14 June and the Executive Board on 4 July.
For more information about the project and to read the report in full visit the project page.