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6 November 2018, 17:28 | Updated: 7 November 2018, 09:22
Plans are out to beef up Park and Ride in Cambridge..
There's a couple of new options on the table; to either expand Trumpington adding nearly 950 spaces with a multi-storey car-park or building a completely new Park & Ride site - just off the M11.
Plans to provide additional Park & Ride spaces to the south west of Cambridge to encourage more people to complete their journey into the city by public transport have gone out to consultation.
With a huge increase in new jobs and services expected at the Cambridge Biomedical Campus over the next ten years, the Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP) is asking people for their views on two options for increasing Park & Ride (P&R) capacity to help to reduce congestion on the roads.
An increase of 274 spaces at Trumpington Road Park & Ride has recently been approved to help address the current challenge and work will start soon - but more needs to be done as future development places greater demand on our already congested road network.
The two options put forward in the public consultation are:
GCP are also asking for input on how cars, bicycles and buses get to and from both sites, as well as ideas for improving bus journeys from the Park & Ride into the city centre.
The public consultation launched this week and closes on 21 December.
Consultation leaflets are being delivered across the area from Wednesday to places including Hauxton, Harston and Trumpington, as well as villages out towards Royston
There are also five public consultation events being held in area on the following dates:
You can find out more information and have your say online at www.greatercambridge.org.uk/parkandride