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Milton Road is a well-known and busy residential area in Cambridge which also acts as a key route between the city centre, the A14 and A10, as well as the nearby villages of Milton and Waterbeach.

As a key arterial route, Milton Road has been identified as vital to the local economy. However, growing levels of peak-time traffic congestion threaten the continued economic growth of the local area. With the population of Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire expected to grow by around 28% over the next 15 years, improvements to Milton Road will need to be made now, to accommodate the increasing number of journeys in the future. 

The Milton Road project aims to improve public transport, cycle and walking infrastructure to make these sustainable travel options a more attractive alternative to the car, and to encourage the continued economic growth of Greater Cambridge, without harming existing communities, and the environment. 

Milton Road is vital to the local economy, and by improving bus journeys, cycling and pedestrian facilities we can keep people moving whilst the economy continues to grow"

B E N E F I T S  O F  T H E  P R O J E C T

As a key route into and out of Cambridge, the Greater Cambridge Partnership is looking at a range of measures to improve journeys along Milton Road, these measures will: 

  • Allow faster and more reliable public transport journeys 
  • Provide better cycling and walking links
  • Enhance the streetscape with improved and additional landscaping
  • Reduce peak time congestion and limit growth in traffic
  • Aid future economic growth
  • Reduce air pollution and improve public health
Milton Road shops and cycle lane image

The report on the Milton Road consultation is now published, and is available to download from the documents section below.

Thank you to those who attended events, provided feedback and comments, as well as completing our questionnaire.

What was consulted on?

An initial consultation was held in the winter of 2015/16 which considered bus priority, cycling and walking measures along Milton Road. 

The results of this previous consultation, plus further engagement work with the local community, including LLF's and design workshops, have helped the Project Team to develop the Milton Road proposals which were put forward for consultation in Autumn 2018. 

To find out more about what was consulted on, visit our dedicated consultation website.

Historic documents regarding the scheme can be found on the Milton Road LLF page

We want to improve journeys for those who live, work and commute down Milton Road whilst maintaining it as well as maintain Milton Road as a green gateway to the city.

A small selection of visualisations of the proposed interventions

Milton Rd workshop 22-01-2019

A workshop was held on 22-01-2019 where a number of draft drawings were displayed for discussion.  There was an open invite to the workshop to all those who have previously stated that they wish to be kept informed about the Milton road project.   

The purpose of the workshop was to give the project manager and both the highways and landscape consultants the chance to discuss issues arising from the consultation process, and ideas for landscaping with representatives of the LLF and from the local area in order to help us finalise our design.  This discussion was designed to complement the discussions that are ongoing with Road safety, Signals, and other teams at the County Council.

 The presentations from the workshop are published below. 

The designs were worked up to include feedback from the workshop, and were be published on the 15th Feb (Joint Assembly papers: ).  An LLF meeting was held on the 18th Feb ( )  in advance of the deadline for public questions to the Assembly.

Milton Road report 2019 FINAL

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Published on 06 Mar 2019

Milton Road consultation responses 2019 - redactions AMCW

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Published on 18 Mar 2019

Milton Road LLF Agenda 18.2.19

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Published on 15 Feb 2019

11-Milton Road-Final Design

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Published on 15 Feb 2019

11-Milton Road-Final Design-Appendix Aa

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Published on 15 Feb 2019

11-Milton Road-Final Design-Appendix Ab

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Published on 15 Feb 2019

11-Milton Road-Final Design-Appendix Ac

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Published on 15 Feb 2019

11-Milton Road-Final Design-Appendix Ba

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Published on 15 Feb 2019

11-Milton Road-Final Design-Appendix Bb

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Published on 15 Feb 2019

2019-01-22 - Milton Road Workshop - Landscaping

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Published on 29 Jan 2019

2019-01-22 - Milton Road Workshop - Design

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Published on 29 Jan 2019

Milton Road LLF Notes 5.6.18

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Published on 11 Feb 2019

Milton Road consultation brochure 2018

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Published on 26 Sep 2018