Queen Adelaide Traffic Study
Cambridgeshire County Council and Network Rail are working together to understand more about how traffic flows through the village of Queen Adelaide and impacts local residents and businesses.
With wider plans to see increased train services within the county to improve connectivity, the purpose of this study is for us to understand the implications increased number of trains can have on traffic in this location, particularly looking at the impact on the level crossings.
Working with Network Rail we want to keep people safe and moving. We are keen to engage and have a conversation with local residents and businesses on how the current traffic situation affects them and what any future increase in train services would mean.
The valuable input taken from these conversations will form part of the evidence base of the traffic study which the County Council commissioned and is working with Network Rail on. This work will feed into Network Rail's wider plan for the railway in the Ely area.
This is currently in the very early stages of development and any proposals will be subject to extensive consultation. At this early stage we wanted to gain the widest understanding of how people travel in the area to feed into the planning work.
We held an engagement event on Thursday 14 September 2017 from 6pm - 8pm at Queen Adelaide Village Hall. Representatives from both Cambridgeshire County Council and Network Rail were on hand to discuss with residents and businesses how they travel in the area and impacts of the crossings on day to day life in Queen Adelaide.
The opportunity to comment on this study has now passed however there will be many more opportunities to share your thoughts with us when appropriate in the future.
Please keep an eye on this webpage for the latest information on the outcome of this study. If you wish to subscribe to receive email updates regarding Queen Adelaide Level Crossings please send an email to [email protected] with the subject: Queen Adelaide Crossings Update.
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