Reports have been prepared by many parties and are available from their websites in PDF format (unless indicated otherwise by the file’s extension), as shown in the links below (latest on top). Those in bold are particularly relevant to CBRR’s proposal. Please report to us any links missing.

CBRR’s response to [EWR Co's] Chapter 16 / 30.03.20

CBRR future support for Common Sense / 30.03.20

Comparison with CBRR's Route  / 30.03.20

Arguments for Northern Approach Into Cambridge / Jan.19

Note on Preliminary Railway Alignment / Sep 2018

East West Rail Bedford to Cambridge Route Option Consultation / 28.01.19 / EWR

Route Options / 28.01.19  

A428 Black Cat to Caxton Gibbet – Improving the A428 near St Neots – Progress Report / (updates) / Highways England

Letter from MoS MHCLG – Kit Malthouse / 26.07.18 / MoS MHCLG

CBRR Members' Agreement / 16.08.19

East West Rail – Central Section – Engineering Summary Report – Rev. B03 / 29.03.18 / East West Rail Company (Jacobs) (0.8MB)
Overview and Scrutiny Committee – 26 March 2018 – Agenda – Cambridgeshire Autonomous Metro (pp 5-31) / 26.03.18 / Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority (Steer Davies Gleave) (4.4MB)
Partnering for Prosperity – A new deal for the Cambridge-Milton Keynes-Oxford Arc / 17.11.17 / National Infrastructure Commission  (4.5MB)

Cambridge /  Milton Keynes and Oxford Future Planning Options Project – Final Report / Nov.17 /  National Infrastructure Commission (5th Studio)  (61.4MB)
Cambridge-Milton Keynes-Oxford – First/Last Mile Strategy / Sep.17 / Greater Cambridge Partnership (4.5MB)
A428 Black Cat to Caxton Gibbet improvement scheme Options consultation launch / 06.03.17 / Highways England (3.2MB)
A428 Route Options  / 2017 / Highways England (3.9MB)
Oxford to Cambridge Expressway – Strategic Study – Stage 3 Report / 28.11.16 / Highways England (24.3MB)
Cambridge-Milton-Keynes-Oxford Corridor – Interim Report / 16.11.16 / National Infrastructure Commission (4.6MB)
Oxford to Cambridge Expressway Strategic Study – Interim Report / 08.07.16 / Highways England (7MB)
Oxford to Cambridge Expressway Strategic Study – Interim Report – Executive Summary  / 08.07.16 / Highways England (0.5MB)
East West Rail – Central Section – Engineering Summary Report – Rev. B02 / 06.07.16 / Network Rail (Jacobs) (0.8MB)
A428 Options Assessment Report / 17.03.16 / Highways England (12.6MB)
Route options for Cambridge to Bedford – 2nd edition – December 2014 / Dec.14 / railfuture (5.3MB)
East West Rail – Central Section – Conditional Outputs Statement – Final Report / 08.08.14 / East West Rail Consortium (Atkins) (2.5MB)
Aidan Van de Weyer
(Deputy Leader, South Cambridgeshire District Council)

“The vitality of the Cambridge – Milton Keynes – Oxford corridor is crucial to the future prosperity of the whole country. We need to make bold investments in infrastructure to support that growth and make it sustainable. The East West Railway is the most important piece of the jigsaw, so we've got to work together and get it right by looking at what all the options can bring.”

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“Our area is driving the UK economy. The scale of development that brings means we must get the infrastructure right and for the sake of our residents and future generations it must be sustainable. Putting both road and rail along the A428 corridor where so much growth is planned delivers sustainable infrastructure with a minimum of planning blight. It is the obvious solution.”
Sebastian Kindersley
(Cambridgeshire County Councillor):