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New segregated rapid transit route studied for Cambridge

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

Andrew Forster
28 September 2018
The five mile segregated route (blue) would run south of the A1307 (dotted green) and could join the existing busway in Cambridge
The five mile segregated route (blue) would run south of the A1307 (dotted green) and could join the existing busway in Cambridge

 

A segregated rapid transit through green belt land is the favoured public transport option for south-east of Cambridge after on-street bus lanes were ruled to be inconsistent with the long-term plan for a new form of public transport, Cambridgeshire Autonomous Metro. 

The Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP), a joint committee of councils responsible for the area’s City Deal, has been exploring options for public transport priority in the A1307 corridor, which is home to a number of...

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