- The Linton Greenway would follow alongside the A1307 from Cambridge Biomedical Campus to Babraham Research Campus.
- The path would then cross the A11 via the upgraded footbridge, then continue on road through Little and Great Abington to the Hildersham crossroads.
- The route will then continue past Hildersham to Linton.
- Widening existing footways and verges to provide a path for cyclists, pedestrians and horse riders (where feasible), separated from the carriageway.
- Improving footbridge and underpass on A11, including adding ramps and stud lights
- Widening the footway between Hildersham and Linton.
An off-road route for cyclists, pedestrians and equestrians - is proposed to connect Linton to Cambridge.
The Linton Greenway proposals were put forward as part of the Cambridge South East Transport consultation.
The Linton Greenway will be a new multi-user path alongside the A1307 between the Cambridge Biomedical Campus and Linton, providing an important alternative transport route into the Campus for those living to the south-east of Cambridge.
Map of the Cambridge South East Transport Study, including the Linton Greenway
The Linton Greenway was consulted on as part of the Cambridge South East Transport Study , which ended on Monday 9 April.
The GCP Executive Board will consider how to proceed with the project in 2020, taking all of the supporting information and consultation responses into account.
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