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Many actors playing a part in shaping Cambridge’s transport

Rapid population and economic growth make transport policy a hot topic in Cambridgeshire. Andrew Forster summarises some current developments on bus rapid transit, bus policy generally, and road charging

Andrew Forster
07 February 2020
The proposed CAM network
The proposed CAM network


Ahuge amount of work is currently underway planning the future of Cambridgeshire’s local transport network. Three of the biggest areas of activity are: the Cambridgeshire Autonomous Metro (CAM) bus rapid transit network; the wider bus network, including regulatory reform; and  options for traffic demand management in Cambridge. 

The work is being conducted within a local government landscape that Cambridge City Council’s Labour leader Lewis Herbert last month described to...

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