A huge new park and ride site could be on its way to one of the city’s fastest-growing neighbourhoods in a bid to get more people out of their cars and onto public transport. A large site has been designated south of the M11 at Trumpington for a major new park and ride site providing between 250 and 279 spaces. The site, which sits next to the roundabout at junction 11, is intended to help ease traffic on the M11 and A14, as well as to discourage people from driving into the city centre.
There are fresh calls for a three-lane motorway going around the city, as well as an improved Girton interchange for a potential million new homes on an east – west route. The creation of an east – west “expressway that links Cambridge with Milton Keynes and Oxford, is expected to bring additional traffic. An expected one million new homes could spring up in settlements along the route, and measures are being looked at to curb their effect on the roads.
“The goal of this is to deal with the influx of complaints on the lack of bylaw enforcement within this community. When we had the enhanced position and there were other needs around the province, bylaw suffered, and we had years where it wasn’t there. It’s not about revenue, it’s about enforcement,” expressed Sobolewski.
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