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Robin Hood junction improvements

by Amanda Taylor on 18 February, 2021

Here is the County Council‘s latest update on the works at the Robin Hood junction, showing what work has been taking place, and what’s coming next: Work done in the last week Northwest Corner – Cherry Hinton Road to junction with High Street Install kerbs and path edgingsInstall chambers, ducts and socketsInstall drainage – gully […]

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Robin Hood junction improvements

by Amanda Taylor on 12 February, 2021

Here is the County Council’s latest update on the works at the Robin Hood junction, showing what work has been taking place, and what’s coming next: Work taken place in the last weekNorthwest Corner – Cherry Hinton Road to Junction with High StreetComplete removal of existing kerbs, channel blocks and bed. Complete excavation of existing […]

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Robin Hood junction

by Amanda Taylor on 17 January, 2021

For those who use the Robin Hood junction, here is a summary of the project that has just started there. It will replace and upgrade the current traffic light which are 23 years old, and improve the junction for pedestrians and cyclists. https://www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/…/robin-hood-junction… The County Council say the works will take 18 weeks — let’s […]

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Red Cross parking restrictions

by Amanda Taylor on 18 August, 2020

A Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) for new parking restrictions is to be advertised for Red Cross Lane, Stansgate Avenue and Greenlands. The proposal is for double yellow lines throughout the three streets to prevent the anti-social parking residents have been experiencing. You can download a plan here: The order is expected to be advertised at […]

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COVID cycling/walking schemes

by Amanda Taylor on 20 June, 2020

Thank you to the many people who have given their feedback on the Greater Cambridge Partnership walking/ cycling schemes for this area: Nightingale Avenue, Red Cross Lane, Luard Road and the Hills Road Bridge. I and the other councillors received several emails every day in the week the proposals were announced: apologies to those we […]

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County Council Conservatives are proposing to abolish the Cambridge Joint Area Committee (CJAC), a committee of Cambridge councillors which takes decisions on traffic matters in Cambridge, such as parking restrictions. Many local residents have attended the committee to speak, notably on the Morley residents’ parking scheme. Liberal Democrat councillors are very concerned that the abolition […]

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Cambridgeshire County Council has announced that its works to upgrade the roundabout at the Fendon Road / Queen Edith’s Way junction will not finish in April, as planned, but will continue until July, due to issues arising from complex underground utilities cables which had not been revealed in the original surveys. But that is three […]

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Roundabout update

by Amanda Taylor on 14 January, 2020

Most of the utility diversion work for the Fendon Road roundabout has now been completed and the contractors are working very hard to ensure they complete the works on time. Here are the dates and times for the next series of drop-in sessions where you can chat with the County Council officers managing the project: […]

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The next station is … Addenbrooke’s!

by Amanda Taylor on 9 January, 2020

We believe a station on the Biomedical Campus would play a vital role in reducing car movements to the area, and consequently commuter and visitor parking. A station at Addenbrooke’s to serve the hospital and the rest of the Biomedical Campus is badly needed and Liberal Democrats in Queen Edith’s and beyond have been campaigning […]

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Cherry Hinton Road

by Amanda Taylor on 22 May, 2019