The Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP) is consulting on a trial Rural Travel Hub in Oakington – it would be the first of its kind in the county and, if successful, could lead to a network of hubs across South Cambridgeshire. Rural Travel Hubs are small flexible transport interchanges at key locations in South Cambridgeshire, allowing more people to access sustainable transport networks. These hubs aim to reduce the levels of private car journeys between Cambridge and the surrounding villages by providing sustainable transport options and enabling connections between neighbouring villages and towns.
The GCP are currently consulting on a pilot Rural Travel Hub proposed for Oakington, adjacent to The Busway route and providing new links to connect the surrounding villages with public transport, cycling and walking routes. Have you say by completing the Rural Travel Hub survey by Monday 7 January 2019.