In case you missed it, I recently went down to the site of the new Cambridge South station to explain just some of the potential problems with the proposed design. Watch the video here!
Thoughts on the South Area Committee meeting, 9th March 2020
At last night’s South Area Committee meeting, the most newsworthy items looked like they would be updates on Fendon Road roundabout and Cambridge South station; but it turned into an even more thought-provoking evening…
Last Friday I went over to the Cambridge Biomedical Campus to look at its claims for sustainable transport, particularly with regard to Cambridge South station. I talk about where the station’s location should be, and also look at some peculiar aspects of getting around this site on foot, and by bike, which are going to make it a real problem unless they’re sorted out before the station arrives. Continue reading “Sustainable transport and the Cambridge Biomedical Campus: the video”
In advance of the final local consultation event, I discuss what the current Cambridge South station proposals will mean for Queen Edith’s. Continue reading “What will Cambridge South Station mean for Queen Edith’s?”