Foxton Travel Hub
It is expected that the preferred option recommendation report will be taken to the GCP executive board in June.
Following a consultation process which took place in late 2019, we are now reviewing the findings and the results will be published in May 2020. The consultation sought to capture the public's view on the proposed options presented for the Foxton Travel Hub. To view the two options which were taken to consultation please click here.
The Greater Cambridge Partnership is working on an infrastructure programme to improve connectivity and quality of life for thousands of people. A travel hub at Foxton could provide in the region of 750 car parking spaces and high quality cycle parking. The close proximity of the proposed Foxton travel hub to the current Foxton train station, means more people could use the rail network to travel into Cambridge.
Trains from Foxton reach Cambridge in 10 minutes. Trains could also serve a future Cambridge South station, which would provide easy access to the Cambridge Biomedical Campus and Addenbrookes hospital.
Objectives and benefits
- Maximise the potential for all journeys to be undertaken by sustainable modes of transport
- Improve overall connectivity and accessibility within Greater Cambridge to support economic growth
- To accommodate future growth in trips along the corridor to Cambridge and reduce traffic impact levels and congestion
- Contribute to the enhanced quality of life for those living and working within Greater Cambridge.