Cambourne to Cambridge Better Public Transport and Active Travel Environmental Impact Assessment - Public Consultation

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The Cambourne to Cambridge (C2C) project is a proposed new public transport route from the Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP) linking Cambourne to Cambridge via the new Bourn Airfield development, the Scotland Farm Travel Hub, Hardwick and the West Cambridge campus.

Following three public consultations and extensive technical work to determine a preferred route, we are now undertaking an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA). As part of the EIA, we’re seeking your views on how we can best manage and mitigate the scheme’s impacts on the landscape and environment.

Please review the emerging design and response to environmental impacts in the documents on the right. Information and questions cover the Active Travel Path, Bus Stops, Travel Hub and Construction, followed by detail and questions in relation to eight area sections.

You can share your feedback through the Cambourne to Cambridge survey at the bottom of the page. If you have any questions about the proposals, please get in touch via consultations@greatercambridge.org.uk.

The consultation closes at midday on Monday 11 July 2022.

Interactive map

  • The map illustrates the scheme alignment and key constraints
  • This map allows users to examine the route alignment, environmental constraints, and key visualisations for the project.
  • Comments cannot be left on the map, but can be submitted through the survey at the bottom of the page.
  • You can open this map in a new window, using the box icon on the right hand side of the top menu bar.
  • You can open the layer menu by clicking on the menu icon on the left hand side of the top menu bar.
  • Layers can be turned on/off by selecting them on the layer menu.
  • Clicking on an visualisation/image icon on the map will open a thumbnail, and a link to a larger version of the image.


The Cambourne to Cambridge (C2C) project is a proposed new public transport route from the Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP) linking Cambourne to Cambridge via the new Bourn Airfield development, the Scotland Farm Travel Hub, Hardwick and the West Cambridge campus.

Following three public consultations and extensive technical work to determine a preferred route, we are now undertaking an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA). As part of the EIA, we’re seeking your views on how we can best manage and mitigate the scheme’s impacts on the landscape and environment.

Please review the emerging design and response to environmental impacts in the documents on the right. Information and questions cover the Active Travel Path, Bus Stops, Travel Hub and Construction, followed by detail and questions in relation to eight area sections.

You can share your feedback through the Cambourne to Cambridge survey at the bottom of the page. If you have any questions about the proposals, please get in touch via consultations@greatercambridge.org.uk.

The consultation closes at midday on Monday 11 July 2022.

Interactive map

  • The map illustrates the scheme alignment and key constraints
  • This map allows users to examine the route alignment, environmental constraints, and key visualisations for the project.
  • Comments cannot be left on the map, but can be submitted through the survey at the bottom of the page.
  • You can open this map in a new window, using the box icon on the right hand side of the top menu bar.
  • You can open the layer menu by clicking on the menu icon on the left hand side of the top menu bar.
  • Layers can be turned on/off by selecting them on the layer menu.
  • Clicking on an visualisation/image icon on the map will open a thumbnail, and a link to a larger version of the image.


  • Better Public Transport and Active Travel

    Public Consultation 2022

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    The Cambourne to Cambridge (C2C) project is a proposed new public transport route from the Greater Cambridge Partnership (GCP) linking Cambourne to Cambridge via the new Bourn Airfield development, the Scotland Farm Travel Hub, Hardwick and the West Cambridge campus. 

    Please review the information about the scheme’s environmental impacts, both positive and negative, and share your views on the proposed mitigation measures in answer to the questions posed. Information and questions cover the Active Travel Path, Bus Stops, Travel Hub and Construction, followed by detail and questions in relation to eight area sections.

    For higher resolution images, please see the consultation brochure.
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