Budget 2018 Awards
No one can pretend any longer that East West Rail is just a  dream, it’s happening now. Budget awards £20 million for Bedford to Cambridge routes. Click here to read what Chancellor Hammond had to say in his Budget Speech.
Alistair Burt MP supports Open Letter
Read letter of support from Alistair Burt MP for Mid Beds re Open Letter to EWR here
Heidi Allen MP supports Open Letter
Heidi Allen, MP for South Cambridgeshire, has been a leading supporter for a Northern Route for the Bedford Cambridge Railway, relieving congestion and providing sustainable transport. She greeted publication of CBRR’s Open Letter to EWRCo with the words:

I’m very happy to support
Best wishes, Heidi Allen, Member of Parliament for South Cambridgeshire

Twitter @heidiallen75

CBRR sends Open Letter to Chairman of East West Rail Company
It defines the route, proves it's feasible and ensures that EWRCo have all the information necessary to evaluate it evenly with other routes before announcing chosen routes for public consultation. They can’t say they didn’t know! Read it here.
Petition tops 2,000
CBRR Petition to Secretary of State for Transport, Chris Grayling MP, topped 2,000 this weekend and climbing. If you haven’t signed yet, please do now at PETITION. If you have encourage everyone else please. Its important. Remember it's one signature per one email address, so everyone can have a say, not just one per household, we all use the train!
Parish Council latest Donor to CBRR's JustGiving page
Wrestlingworth & Cockayne Hatley Parish Council express their support for CBRR's campaign with generous Donation:

"Wrestlingworth & Cockayne Hatley Parish Council support [CamBedRailRoad] in their endeavours to get their proposed northern route fairly evaluated alongside and at the same time as the proposals."
Heidi Allen MP (South Cambridgeshire):

“... East West Rail and the Expressway are well and truly on Government’s “to-do” list. At every opportunity I get, I reinforce the National Infrastructure Commission’s recommendation that their corridors must be aligned so that they serve both existing and emerging communities.”