The north-to-south trail, which closely follows the railway line, will be built in phases and is expected to be completed over a period of three to five years. As part of the plans through phase one of the works, a package of positive measures have been put in place that will ensure impacts to wildlife in the area are kept to a minimum. Containing two new bridges, one of which will replace an expired culvert (river tunnel), the bridges being far more popular with otters as they are far easier for them to pass under.
Phase two of the Chisholm Trail will largely be an on road scheme and will extend further south to Cambridge Station. This will make up the final section of the Chisholm Trail and Abbey Chesterton Bridge project and will likely go through this planning process in 2018. Full article can be found here.