CBRR presents to St Neots Town Council
Cam Bed Rail Road was delighted to be able to make a presentation of their proposed Northern Route for the East West Railway line from Cambridge to Oxford via Bedford to St Neots Town Council on November 27th. See full press release here.
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Major infrastructure projects need more transparency
Monitoring of the UK’s biggest and riskiest projects has improved, but more needs to be done to increase transparency to ensure taxpayers get maximum value, according to a report by the National Audit Office (NAO)
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Petition comments tell all
See the penetrating comments made by recent petitioners on the website and add yours here.
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Jonathan Djanogly MP supports CBRR
CBRR team meet Hunts MP, supporting the inclusion in the review of a northern (A428 situated) option for the East/West rail route. Click here for more information.
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CBRR Presentation Campaign
A key focus for CBRR is to inform residents across the County of the impending decisions about routes for the Expressway and the East West Railway from Bedford to Cambridge. We have done this by a continuing series of Presentations. The first were pre-view presentations to Parish Chairmen and SCDC Councillors. These have been followed by a series of continuing presentations to individual Parishes and groups of neighbouring parishes. Here is our Schedule and a map showing which Parishes have booked us. All remaining Parishes are warmly encouraged to book a presentation by emailing us at info@cambedailroad.org
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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.
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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.”