GCP Chisholm Trail phase 2: Cromwell Road and Coldham’s Lane junction

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We are about to start work on phase 2 of the Chisholm Trail and would like to hear your views.

The Chisholm Trail is an exciting new walking and cycling route, creating a mostly off-road and traffic-free route between the main Cambridge Station and the Cambridge North Station.

Phase 1, which was opened in December 2021, covers the area from Cambridge North Station to Coldham's Lane. Phase 2 connects to phase 1 at Coldham’s Common on Coldham’s Lane, providing a route through the city to Cambridge railway station using quiet streets and linking new housing developments alongside the railway line. Additional connections will be situated at various locations for a direct access onto the Trail.

The above image shows the new Abbey-Chesterton bridge that was installed as part of phase 1 of the Trail.

Over the past few months, the project team have been looking at the design of specific sections of the Trail including improving the on-road sections and identification of which junctions need improving.

The first two sections of the Trail we are looking to deliver are: -

  • Coldham’s Lane junction
  • Cromwell Road

Before we start work on these sections we would like to your views.

You have until midday on Tuesday 06 September 2022 to submit your feedback on the proposed plans for the areas in question. To fill out your survey please click here- https://consultcambs.uk.engagementhq.com/chisholm-trail-phase-2-cromwell-road-and-coldhams-lane-junction-2022/survey_tools/engagement-survey-for-coldham-s-lane-junction-and-cromwell-road.

The stylised plan for each area is available in the documents section on this page, alongside the technical drawings and a letter outlining the proposed changes we sent to those directly affected.

Please note that the results of the “A new road classification for Cambridge” consultation may have the capacity to impact our proposals on Coldham’s Lane junction and Cromwell Road. Should the feedback from the consultation lead to changes to the area, we would ensure any appropriate changes are reflected into the Chisholm designs for these areas.

To stay up to date on the latest developments of phase 2 of the Chisholm Trail, please subscribe to the Chisholm Trail phase 2 updates via our website – Greater Cambridge Partnership (govdelivery.com)

We are about to start work on phase 2 of the Chisholm Trail and would like to hear your views.

The Chisholm Trail is an exciting new walking and cycling route, creating a mostly off-road and traffic-free route between the main Cambridge Station and the Cambridge North Station.

Phase 1, which was opened in December 2021, covers the area from Cambridge North Station to Coldham's Lane. Phase 2 connects to phase 1 at Coldham’s Common on Coldham’s Lane, providing a route through the city to Cambridge railway station using quiet streets and linking new housing developments alongside the railway line. Additional connections will be situated at various locations for a direct access onto the Trail.

The above image shows the new Abbey-Chesterton bridge that was installed as part of phase 1 of the Trail.

Over the past few months, the project team have been looking at the design of specific sections of the Trail including improving the on-road sections and identification of which junctions need improving.

The first two sections of the Trail we are looking to deliver are: -

  • Coldham’s Lane junction
  • Cromwell Road

Before we start work on these sections we would like to your views.

You have until midday on Tuesday 06 September 2022 to submit your feedback on the proposed plans for the areas in question. To fill out your survey please click here- https://consultcambs.uk.engagementhq.com/chisholm-trail-phase-2-cromwell-road-and-coldhams-lane-junction-2022/survey_tools/engagement-survey-for-coldham-s-lane-junction-and-cromwell-road.

The stylised plan for each area is available in the documents section on this page, alongside the technical drawings and a letter outlining the proposed changes we sent to those directly affected.

Please note that the results of the “A new road classification for Cambridge” consultation may have the capacity to impact our proposals on Coldham’s Lane junction and Cromwell Road. Should the feedback from the consultation lead to changes to the area, we would ensure any appropriate changes are reflected into the Chisholm designs for these areas.

To stay up to date on the latest developments of phase 2 of the Chisholm Trail, please subscribe to the Chisholm Trail phase 2 updates via our website – Greater Cambridge Partnership (govdelivery.com)

Page last updated: 27 Jul 2022, 01:01 PM