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Road building, East Anglia, East of England

Cambs favours bypass to ease Ely’s jams

Officers in Cambridgeshire are recommending a £31m bypass to eliminate level crossing congestion in the historic city of Ely. But they concede the scheme will damage the setting of the city’s famous cathedral.

The bypass is being proposed to ease traffic problems on the A142, which crosses the railway in Ely just to the east of the city’s railway station. Cars can use an underpass but lorries and buses have to use an adjacent level crossing and sometimes form queues blocking...

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