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Visualisation of new route through the Cambridge South East Transport Study

Visualisation of Linton Greenway on approach to Gog Magog Hills

Linton Greenway

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

Map of the Cambridge South East Transport Study, including the Linton Greenway

Proposed route

  • 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.

Key features

  • 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.

Get Involved

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.

If you have any queries, please don’t hesitate to contact us by calling 01223 699906 or emailing