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Bus Rapid Transit supplement (free to view)

Issue 6 2011, Supplements  •  9 January 2012  •  Bob Menzies, Chris Poultney, Councillor Melville Kendal, Colin Brader

Cambridgeshire deliver a true BRT experience for passengers (Bob Menzies, Head of Delivery and Chris Poultney, Project Manager, Cambridgeshire Guided Busway, Cambridgeshire County Council)
Hampshire’s Bus Rapid Transit Scheme on track to open in spring 2012 (Councillor Melville Kendal, Executive Member for Environment and Transport, Hampshire County Council)
Turning to BRT for cost effective and low impact urban mass transit (Colin Brader, Managing Director, Integrated Transport Planning Ltd (ITP))

Groundbreaking guided busway provides quality experience

Issue 2 2008  •  30 April 2008  •  Chris Poultney, Project Manager, Cambridgeshire County Council

The Cambridgeshire Guided Busway is at the cutting edge of Bus Rapid Transit development in the UK. Chris Poultney of Cambridgeshire County Council, explains how the world’s longest guided busway will provide high quality, reliable and frequent public transport for passengers.
Catering for housing growth

Cambridgeshire County Council is facing a major challenge in delivering the transport infrastructure the county needs in the wake of a huge growth agenda. As the fastest growing area in the UK, in coming years the Cambridge sub-region will see the construction of a significant number of major development sites in and around the city of Cambridge.