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The Queen Edith’s Community Forum presents its annual general meeting, with presentations and debate on the important Cambridge South East Transport Study Consultation which is now taking place. It’s forecast that there will be 28,000 employees on the Biomedical Campus by the mid-2020s, and we need them to get to work without bringing our area to a standstill. Come along to this free public meeting at St John’s, independently organised by local residents, to find out how this might happen.
The Greater Cambridge Partnership has identified three strategies which it says will “help deliver faster, more reliable and high-quality public transport links for journeys to the south east of Cambridge.” All three long-term strategies include bus priority, junction improvements, walking and cycling measures and road safety improvements along the A1307 between Haverhill and Cambridge. They affect Hills Road, Babraham Road, Addenbrooke’s Roundabout, Nine Wells and many other local areas.
The Queen Edith’s Community Forum will provide an overview of the various schemes being proposed, and we hope to have contributions from the Greater Cambridge Partnership itself; an authority on local environmental issues; and the Smarter Cambridge Transport campaign.
It’s a Queen Edith’s Community Forum event, so There Will Be Cake.