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Bus interchange work at Cambridge station is completed

Cambridge Railway Station before the work was completed
Work has been undertaken to improve the space for buses

Work to improve public transport access at Cambridge Railway Station has been completed.

The work was part of a Cambridgeshire County Council project to create a new railway station bus interchange, providing more bus space and bus stops.

It will be used by all buses, including those that will use the guided bus-way between Cambridge and St Ives.

The new bus stops are expected to come in to use within a year as more work is being undertaken on the guided bus way.

Graham Hughes, the council's director of growth and infrastructure, said: "We would like to thank railway station users for their patience during the works which have been completed ahead of schedule.

"The work carried out is an important step for the new bus interchange and guided bus-way which will both significantly improve access to public transport."

All the traffic cones and temporary traffic lights outside the entrance to the railway station are being removed.

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