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The existing Trumpington Park & Ride site is already the busiest in the city and is often full by midday; with growth planned in Cambridge, a need for more Park & Ride provision in the area near the M11 Junction 11 has been identified.
The Greater Cambridge Partnership is consulting on more Park & Ride spaces south west of Cambridge and bus priority into the city centre through to Friday 21 December.
Two options for the creation of more Park & Ride spaces are being put forward:
Option 1 is to create a multi-storey car park on the existing Park & Ride site at Trumpington;
Option 2 is the creation of a new Park & Ride site, north west of M11 Junction 11.
These options are supported by a range of potential access arrangements for private vehicle traffic and public transport.
The GCP is also calling for input on how bus journeys along Hauxton Road, Trumpington High Street and Trumpington Road can be improved with additional priority for buses into the city centre.
Please note this consultation is separate to approved works to expand the current Trumpington Park & Ride site by 274 spaces and 5 bus spaces, which aims to help alleviate demand pressures on the busiest of Cambridge’s Park & Ride sites in the short term.
The GCP will be holding several exhibitions – our nearest is:
Addenbrooke’s Treatment Centre
Keith Day Road, Cambridge CB2 0SL
Wednesday 5 December
If you would like to arrange a meeting with the Project Manager to discuss any questions you have or feedback you would like to give, please do get in touch. This offer follows local meetings between GCP’s Transport Director, Peter Blake and the Project Manager, Tim Watkins and local representatives and groups across the area in recent months.
You can find out more about the consultation at www.greatercambridge.org.uk/parkandride