Public consultation starts on Waterbeach to Cambridge project

Residents are being asked to have their say on the Waterbeach to Cambridge transport scheme, that will support thousands of new homes being built in the new town and provide quick and easy options to avoid travelling on the busy A10. The Greater Cambridge Partnership has today (Monday 20 May) launched a public consultation on […]

Greater Cambridge Partnership welcomes new partners for self-driving bus project

Two new partners have come onboard Greater Cambridge Partnership’s (GCP) self-driving vehicle project, Connector. The Connector project is a pilot scheme to bring autonomous buses to Cambridge, utilising state of the art technology to give people more options about how they travel to work, get to appointments or see friends. Following changes to the project, Alexander Dennis Ltd, […]

Transport Secretary calls for Cambridge Congestion Charge rethink

The Transport Secretary Mark Harper has supported calls for the Cambridge congestion charge plans to go “back to the drawing board”. Thplan would see public transport improvements paid for by a £5 minimum daily charge for driving into or within Cambridge, but the majority of people oopposed the charge after a consultation earlier this year. […]

Milestone Infrastructure trials cement-free concrete

M Group Services division Milestone Infrastructure has successfully trialled innovative cement-free concrete on behalf of the Greater Cambridge Partnership.  The new low-carbon mixture was successfully used to lay new kerbs on Histon Road, Cambridge, following a carefully considered planning process which involved the adjustment of the mix design to ensure the concrete was delivered at […]

Greater Cambridge Partnership to decide on city’s transport improvement plans

The Greater Cambridge Partnership is to decide on what public transport improvements are to be implemented in Cambridge and how they are to be funded. A meeting today (30th Sep) will see see the Greater Cambridge Partnership’s Executive Board decide on plans including a future bus network that will see a bus every 10 minutes […]

Passengers give positive feedback to driverless experience

97% of people who rode a driverless pod in Cambridge have told a survey they’d get on one again without hesitation. More than 300 passengers hopped on board the Aurrigo shuttles to take fully autonomous journeys around the University of Cambridge’s West of Cambridge site this summer – including transport minister Rachel Maclean MP. The […]

‘Transformative’ busway schemes make vital progress in Cambridge

‘Transformative busways’ that will provide reliable and frequent journeys for thousands of people in Greater Cambridge have advanced to the next stage, according to the Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP). Members of the Partnership’s Executive Board agreed to progress all four of its major public transport and active travel infrastructure projects last week. The GCP will […]


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