Cambridgeshire Autonomous Metro system

See Cambridgeshire Independent article Here
Posted 12 April 2019

See Cambridgeshire Independent article Here
Posted 23 March 2019

See BBC News article  Here
Posted 19 March 2019

See Cambridgeshire News article Here
Posted 19 March 2019

Combined Authority preparing Strategic Outline Business Case for Metro – January 2019
Over the past year the Combined Authority has been preparing the Strategic Outline Business Case for the “CAM Metro”. The work is being carried out by consultants Steer (formerly ‘Steer Davies Gleave’), with due diligence being provided by Arup. The report is intended to appear in the first quarter of…Read More »

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Cambridge Connect: Combined Authority feasibility studies – May 2017
The Mayor of the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority, James Palmer, has announced in his 100-day plan. He is committed to initiating feasibility studies on light rail and tunnelling for Cambridge and the surrounding region.

This development is very welcome, as Cambridge Connect has called for these feasibility studies since first publishing our proposals.
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Update from District Councillor Ruth Betson who reported to residents via her Facebook page on 7th April 2018 after inviting James Palmer to visit Cambourne on Easter Saturday, “I am delighted that our Mayor, James Palmer, has committed to me that Cambourne will be in Phase 1 of the Cambridgeshire Autonomous Metro (CAM).
This will provide us with the much needed fast and reliable transport to get us to employment areas such as the Science Park, Addenbrookes and central Cambridge, as well as to St Neots for commuting to London.

South Cambs is a key member of the Combined Authority, which has £600 million to improve transport links, as well as the Greater Cambridge Partnership, which has plans to improve access to Cambridge via rail, bus, cycle and foot paths.”

See proposals showing link to Cambourne and St Neots Map