NETWORK RAIL has announced the start of a further public consultation about a new station in suburban Cambridge.
Plans have been developed in principle for Cambridge South, which would serve Addenbrookes Hospital and could also be a calling point for trains on East West Rail in a few years from now.
The station will the second outside the centre of Cambridge, because Cambridge North opened in 2017.
The new consultation will open on 19 October and run for six weeks, and will seeking the views of respondents about the details of the new station, including access arrangements.
Planners will also want to see how changes made to the plans since the last consultation have been received.
Network Rail’s route director for Anglia Ellie Burrows said: ‘I am really pleased to see the good progress we are making to realise a new station for Cambridge. This second round of public consultation will build upon the comments we received in February, test our proposals and make sure we take forward the best station option for future passengers and the community.’