Please find attached the June 2018 newsletter from the A14 Integrated Team.
A list of the roadworks planned in the South Cambridgeshire Area from 1st – 15th June 2018 can be found here:1st-15th June 18
This list includes work due to start between (1st – 15th June), longer term works that are still in progress will have been included on previous reports. For additional information, http://www.roadworks.org provides information on emergency roadworks and those not listed above.
The Greater Cambridge Partnership has asked that we share the following link with you.
The Partnership is proposing to improve both speed and reliability of public transport journeys and encourage more sustainable trips by making it easier to walk or cycle. The link takes you to their website and consultation information. Paper copies of the information is available at the Village Institute.
They would welcome your opinion. The consultation will be running until 2nd July 2018.
County Councillor Hudson has asked that we share his report about the County HQ move with you.
Longstanton Parish Council presents ‘The Greatest Showman’!
Longstanton’s first Open-Air Cinema will take place on Saturday 23rd June 2018 on Longstanton Recreation Ground, Over Road, Longstanton CB24 3DW. This will be a ticket only event for 200 people and includes a live band prior to the showing of ‘The Greatest Showman’. The Pavilion will be providing drink, popcorn and ice cream and Longhorn Farm Shop will be supplying burgers and hotdogs.
Longstanton Resident (adult):…………………………. £5.00
Longstanton Resident (child):……………………….. .. £3.00
Non-Longstanton Resident (adult):…………………. £15.00
Non-Longstanton Resident (child):…………………. £13.00
*Child ticket prices are for children 12 and under.
Please join us on the Recreation Ground on 23rd June 2018. Tickets will be issued on a first come, first served basis on receipt of the attached registration form.
Following delays experienced by residents/commuters yesterday and today on the B1050 travelling to/from Bar Hill, Cambridge Water have issued the following statement:
Cambridge Water are working in conjunction with the A14 Improvement Delivery Team to facilitate completion of a water mains diversions along the B1050, Hattons Road. The works require traffic signals to enable the safety of our operatives whilst we complete these essential works. The works are scheduled to be complete by close of play Friday 4th May 2018. In the interim a review of the existing traffic management has been undertaken and changes implemented from today, which will relieve congestion during peak periods.
Cambridge Water would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused during the works.
A list of the roadworks planned in the South Cambridgeshire Area from 1st – 15th May 2018 can be found here:1st-15th May 18
This list includes work due to start between (1st – 15th May), longer term works that are still in progress will have been included on previous reports. For additional information, http://www.roadworks.org provides information on emergency roadworks and those not listed above.
Message from the A14 Integrated Team.
Reminder that we have full closures of the A14 for the two evenings of Friday 27 April and Saturday 28 April, from 9pm to 6am each night. The full closures are necessary so we can launch a temporary Bailey Bridge across the A14 between Dry Drayton and Girton, so material can be moved from one side of the A14 to the other without using the road network.
The signed diversion route for strategic traffic will be as follows. Eastbound traffic will be diverted off the A14 at junction 24, south on the A1198 and then east along the A428 to Girton Interchange. Westbound will follow that route in reverse.
Local traffic will still be able to travel east along the A14 to access all exit points to and including Dry Drayton. However, local traffic wishing to travel from Girton Interchange west will not be able to get through, so must either use known local routes or use the signed diversion, and then re-join the A14 eastbound after the A1198.
We have deliberately timed these closers to co-inside with the weekend when traffic flow is lower, so hope the risk of HGV vehicles using unsuitable routes will be avoided. The Police will be supporting our closures with physical presence to try to dissuade drivers from using unsuitable routes.
If you are able to publicise these closures on your various community channels we would be most appreciative.
A list of the roadworks planned in the South Cambridgeshire Area from 16th-30th April can be found here:16th-30th April 18
This list includes work due to start between (16th-30th April), longer term works that are still in progress will have been included on previous reports. For additional information, http://www.roadworks.org provides information on emergency roadworks and those not listed above.