The full 21-mile A14 Cambridge to Huntingdon road scheme has opened to traffic.
The east-west route will improve travel conditions from the east of England to the Midlands and the North.
Part of the Highways England project, a new 12-mile bypass south of Huntingdon, opened last December. The project has also included upgrading the A14 between Swavesey and Milton, and a new road for local communities, the A1307, that runs parallel to the A14 between Cambridge and Godmanchester.
Cambridgeshire County Council will take over the ownership of the A1307 east of Huntingdon and along the Alconbury spur, and part of the A141 west of Huntingdon. These use the path of the old A14.
Work to transform the old A14 for local journeys in and around Huntingdon, including taking down the 45-year-old Huntingdon viaduct in the town, is continuing and should be completed by 2022.
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