Residents living alongside the East Coast Main Line through Cambridgeshire are invited to share their views as part of a second round of consultation into plans to close a number of level crossings. As part of the second round of consultation, residents will be asked to give feedback on Network Rail’s preferred options prior to a Transport Works Act Order being submitted to the Secretary of State for Transport during 2015.
Network Rail is studying the feasibility of closing 10 level crossings in Cambridgeshire on the East Coast Main Line as part of a commitment to deliver a safer, more efficient and reliable railway.
“We are now in a position to present our findings for each proposed level crossing closure to members of the public and interested parties,” Paul Rutter, Network Rail area director said.
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