Rail scheme ‘vital’ for Cambridge faces 10-year delay

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Josh Thomas has reported that a major rail project that is “vital” to Cambridge’s economy could be delayed for at least a decade, and cost £14 billion more than expected. The development of Crossrail 2 has been described as “vital” to the success of the Cambridge to London ‘innovation corridor’ and the future of Stansted Airport. Although Crossrail 2 would not change infrastructure in Cambridge itself, it would increase capacity on the lines between the city and London, meaning more people could travel, more quickly and more reliably, between the two cities.

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