Unfortunately, although there are outstanding issues with the new development, these are unlikely to see it blocked a second time.
Tag - Cambridge station
Edward Leigh wrote to Jamie Burles of Abellio East Anglia Ltd. to ask for an open discussion to give stakeholders an opportunity to review the station area.
The mechanism for setting priorities locally (the ‘Local Plan’) is no longer fit for purpose. But the government’s proposed solution is worse.
For the large majority of people who access the station on foot, the proposed changes will significantly worsen their experience.
There is one last chance to make this space right. People need to lobby Brookgate now.
How Cambridge North, the future south station, and the main station can form the backbone of a ‘Cambridge Overground’ metro within five years.
It's almost as if a deliberate effort has been made to put off every mode of transport which we should be encouraging.
If we want to make Cambridge railway station less car dependent, what more could we do to promote walking, cycling and bus travel? Many visitors arriving at the station take a taxi simply because other options are...
Thanks to Railfuture East Anglia for their assistance in preparing this paper. The potential of rail Cambridge’s railway network already has a significant role in bringing people into the city, with an annual footfall...