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an ornate, traditional village sign from Whittlesford. The sign is topped by a set of arches, carved to look like stonne. Under this, there is a scene showing a river, riverbank, and woodland on the far side of the river. A person is crossing the river using stepping stones. Beside the river is stood a Roman soldier, a man in mediavl clothes, and a woman wearing a simple green dress with a white apron. Under this scene is the village name, Whittlesford, and the motto "Stick to the trothe" [sic]. The image is copyright to Finlay Cox, and licensed for reuse under the Creative Commons Licence


Whittlesford was initially identified as a potential site for a pilot Rural Travel Hub in the Feasibility Study report, published in January 2018 (please see the Rural Travel Hubs page for the full report).

Due to the number of planned developments in the area, the Greater Cambridge Partnership Executive Board recommended a master planning exercise be undertaken for the village. The Greater Cambridge Partnership Executive Board also agreed to fund 200 additional cycle parking spaces at Whittlesford Parkway station.

The master planning exercise is currently researching the future developments around the train station at Whittlesford Parkway and any required transport interventions to mitigate growth in the area. It will also look into understanding the needs of residents, commuters and key stakeholders.


The Stage 1 Baseline Report is available to view. It highlights the current situation in the area surrounding Whittlesford Parkway Station and identifies a long list of options.

The Stage 2 Report, which contains a shortlist of potential transport infrastructure projects, was published in December 2018. Comments on this report were sought in January 2019 to inform reports to the GCP Executive Board and Joint Assembly. 

Comments on this report are still welcome and can be emailed to us at

A  wider engagement process is being planned for later in the year.


Whittlesford Parkway Stage Two Report - Final

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Published on 19 Dec 2018

Whittlesford Workshop Presentation - 3 July 2018

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Published on 23 Jan 2019