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University of Cambridge’s formal response to the Greater Cambridge Partnership’s Cambridge South East Transport Study consultation, 6 April 2018

The following document details the University’s response to the Greater Cambridge Partnership consultation on the Cambridge South East Transport Study.

The University of Cambridge is fully supportive of improvements along this corridor and believes that Strategy 1 will offer the greatest benefits.

University’s response to the consultation on the Cambridge South East Transport Study

 

University of Cambridge’s formal response to the Greater Cambridge Partnership’s Cambourne to Cambridge: Better Public Transport consultation, 22 January 2018

The following document details the University’s response to the Greater Cambridge Partnership consultation on The Cambourne to Cambridge: Better Bus Journeys scheme.

The University of Cambridge is fully supportive of improvements along this corridor and the increased public transport capacity proposed within the consultation. The University believes that Route C offers the greatest the benefits and could have a significant impact by improving connectivity and accessibility between residential areas to the west and employment sites within the City. 

University's response to the Cambourne to Cambridge: Better Bus Journeys consultation 

 

University of Cambridge’s formal response to the Cambridge Access Study, 10 October 2016 

The following document details the University’s response to the Cambridge Access Study which forms part of the City Deal's wider Tranche One transport programme and considers the conditions and challenges on the transport network in and around Cambridge.

University's response to the City Deal 8 Point Plan consultation

 

University of Cambridge’s formal response to the Cambridgeshire County Council’s Western Orbital Public consultation, 16 March 2016

The following document details the University’s response to the Cambridgeshire County Council’s Western Orbital consultation as part of the City Deal.

The University of Cambridge supports the full implementation of the City Deal and is committed to the economic prosperity of Cambridge and the whole region.

The University supports all options presented in the Western Orbital consultation. We believe the scheme could have significant benefits to Cambridge by improving connectivity and accessibility between residential and employment sites, with knock-on benefits on congestion, the environment and the economy. However the University favours “option D”, which proposes the introduction of a Park & Ride facility at Junction 11 and Park and Ride and Park and Cycle at Junction 12, and cycling improvements on Barton Road.

University's response to the Western Orbital public consultation (PDF)

 

University of Cambridge’s formal response to the Cambridgeshire County Council’s Cambourne to Cambridge (A428) Public consultation, 23 March 2015

The following document details the University’s response to the Cambridgeshire County Council consultation on the Cambourne to Cambridge (A428) Public Transport Proposals as part of the City Deal. The University of Cambridge supports the full implementation of the City Deal and is committed to the economic prosperity of Cambridge and the whole region. At this early stage the University has brought forward an alternative proposal which connects with the strategically important West Cambridge site and which makes better use of its existing infrastructure and networks.

University's response to the Cambourne to Cambridge (A428) public consultation (PDF)