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Councils weigh-up BRT and light rail for Cambs corridor

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Andrew Forster
08 December 2017
The map shows the A1307 corridor to Haverhill and its relation with other studies in the area. The dotted blue line is an indicative-only illustration of a possible dualling scheme between Haverhill and the A11
The map shows the A1307 corridor to Haverhill and its relation with other studies in the area. The dotted blue line is an indicative-only illustration of a possible dualling scheme between Haverhill and the A11

 

Local authorities in Cambridgeshire are to consult early next year on bus rapid transit or light rail options for  a radial route into Cambridge from the south-east.

The Greater Cambridge Partnership, which comprises the City Deal authorities (Cambridge City Council, South Cambridgeshire District Council and Cambridgeshire County Council), has been exploring bus-based improvements for the A1307 corridor between Cambridge and Haverhill and has narrowed the choice down to three...

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