Published: Wednesday, October 23, 2019
There’s still time for people to give their opinion on projects that aim to significantly improve journeys across Greater Cambridge.
The consultation on phase two of the Greater Cambridge Partnership’s Cambridge South East Transport project - which would create a new public transport route and travel hub to the south-east of the city, along with the proposed routes for three new high-quality walking and cycling routes - closes to comments on Monday 4 November.
People can also give their views on where a new travel hub near the A11/A1307/A505 should be located as part of the eight week consultation.
The £14m first phase of the project, including key road safety improvements and upgrades to traffic signals is already being being delivered.
Meanwhile, the public consultations on the Bottisham, Swaffham and Horningsea Greenways – part of a network of 12 walking, cycling and equestrian routes connecting villages and towns to Cambridge – closes on Monday 28 October.
For more information on these schemes visit the Consult Cambs public engagement website: https://consultcambs.uk.engagementhq.com/