East West Rail preferred route between Bedford and Cambridge revealed


East West Rail preferred route between Bedford and Cambridge revealed


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Mar 2020

East West Rail preferred route between Bedford and Cambridge revealed

There will be a new station between St Neots and Sandy and one at Cambourne.

The preferred route corridor for the East West Rail central section between Bedford and Cambridge has been announced.

According to Robinson & Hall, land and property professionals, the chosen option is Route E which sees the railway go to Bedford Station and then leave Bedford to the north before turning east.

There will be a new station between St Neots and Sandy and one at Cambourne with the railway then connecting to the existing railway at Cambridge.

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