Councils in Oxford-Cambridge arc bid to establish statutory transport body

A grouping of local authorities and businesses in the Oxford-to-Cambridge 'growth corridor' has started consulting on proposals to become a statutory body that would oversee the delivery of transport infrastructure in the region and have a say over major planning decisions and local plans.

by David Blackman
Whipsnade Crossroads in Bedfordshire: transport infrastructure in the Oxford-Cambridge corridor. Pic: Lewis Clarke (CC BY-SA 2.0)
Whipsnade Crossroads in Bedfordshire: transport infrastructure in the Oxford-Cambridge corridor. Pic: Lewis Clarke (CC BY-SA 2.0)

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