Greater Cambridge Partnership

Cambridge South East Transport Study


 

 

The Greater Cambridge Partnership identified 3 strategies that would attempt to improve the infrastructure in Cambridge and South East Cambridgeshire and provide “faster, more reliable and high-quality public transport links”.

 

The public consultation period for this study started on the 9th of February 2018 and ends on the 9th of April 2018.

 

 

Below highlights a few of the key proposals in the strategies that would directly impact on Linton;

  • A peak-hours-only bus lane along the A1307 towards Haverhill on the approach to the Linton Village College (LVC) junction, safety improvements at the Grain store and Dalehead Foods.
  • Upgrade the LVC junction traffic signal system
  • Modify the traffic signal at the A1307/High street junction to ease the access of buses from the High Street to the A1307.
  • No right hand turn (except buses) from the High Street on to the A1307
  • Separate consultations to ease buses movement in the village

For the full details of the Transport Study please click on the following link to open the leaflet..



The deadline for the Public Consultation of the 9th of April 2018 is fast approaching, so it is important to have your say!

 

Please click on the link below to complete the on-line survey

Linton Parish Council Comments on GCP proposals

Please click on the link below to download the comments that Linton Parish Council have submitted to the Greater Cambridgshire Partnership regarding the Cambridge South East Transport Study