NMU Update – February 2021
Unfortunately, Cambridgeshire County Council’s Highways and Transport Committee have decided not to take the proposed route from Hilton to Fenstanton forward for the first round of funding. There will be a second round of funding in the next financial year and it is possible that this route will be included. You can read the report from the Committee below:
Highways England Non-Motorised User (NMU) Routes
NMU Update – April 2020
Hilton Parish Council have received information from Cambridgeshire County Council to confirm that Highways England are looking to allocate funding to take the project forward into the detailed design phase – hopefully in 2020/21.
This is promising as it would take us the next step forward from the completed feasibility report.
NMU Open Meeting
NMU Final Feasibility Study
The final feasibility study has been published and you can read a copy of the report:
NMU Feasibility Study Final Report
There is also an executive summary from CCC:
NMU Feasibility Study Report
The second interim report from Transport Initiatives has been published and you can read a copy of the report here.
- This report is funded by Highways England A14 Community Fund managed by Cambridgeshire Community Foundation (CCF)
- Transport Initiatives (TI) have been engaged by Cambridgeshire County Council (CCC) to conduct a feasibility study to explore possible route options for use by non-motorised users (eg. walkers, cyclists, those using mobility scooters)
- This report gives a thorough analysis of 6 options and we would love to hear your reactions and views about their recommendations – please complete our survey
- You can also contact Steve Essex of TI directly whose email address is in the report
Hilton NMU feasibility Study
Connecting Hilton, getting out of vehicles, increasing
convenience – how Hilton Parish Council is progressing
pathways to St Ives.