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A1307 between Haverhill and Cambridge subject to more roadworks




A programme of works to enhance travelling along the A1307 from Haverhill to Cambridge for all users, including motorists, cyclists or pedestrians, has moved on to its next stage.

The Greater Cambridge Partnership is currently working to improve the Worts’ Causeway/A1307 junction and install new traffic lights. It is scheduled to be completed in early September.

It all forms part of the Cambridge South East Transport project, with these latest changes forming a part of the Linton Greenway improvements.

The Linton Greenway route, numbered 3 on this map, is now being worked on by the Greater Cambridge Partnership
The Linton Greenway route, numbered 3 on this map, is now being worked on by the Greater Cambridge Partnership

Linton Greenway is listed as Scheme 4 out of 19 in the schedule of improvements, and will see the travel links between Linton and Cambridge enhanced.

The current closure of the Wort’s Causeway junction will be lifted from Monday, September 6, and replaced by temporary traffic lights, while the traffic signal installation is being completed.

Then, from Wednesday, September 8, the A1307 will be resurfaced from the Worts’ Causeway junction to the Addenbrooke’s roundabout.

The A1307 will be closed between Addenbrooke’s roundabout and Granham’s Road overnight (8pm to 6am) for four weekday nights.

The closure is required to enable the resurfacing to be carried out efficiently, while an overnight closure minimises disruption to traffic.

Access to properties, for emergency services, buses and active travel path users will be maintained at all times and an official diversion route will be signposted.

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