A to B1102
Improving the quality of the lives of those who ride, cycle, walk and live alongside the B1102 by helping residents to campaign for better transport
Who are we?
We are a voluntary group of residents representing the travel needs of the citizens of Burwell, Reach, Swaffham Prior, Swaffham Bulbeck, Commercial End, Lode, Bottisham and Stow cum Quy, campaigning for better transport now and in the future. We communicate with residents, Parish Councils and engage with the relevant local authorities to ensure our collective needs are represented in transport decisions that affect us NOW and in the FUTURE.
Find out who represents your community and how to contact us
See below for information on village transport issues and consultations YOU need to know about:
Cambridge Eastern Access Consultation Feb 2023
Please read and respond to the latest GCP Consultation to affect us – the future of Newmarket Road. Information here!
Update on the No 11 and No 12 Bus Services
For an update on the No 11 and No 12 Bus Service provision please follow this link.
NEWS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT!
Find out what’s going on that affects your current and future travel:
Community Transport & Travel Projects
- No 11 & 12 Bus Campaigns – Newmarket Town CouncilAt the scheduled meeting of Newmarket Town Council on Monday 26th September, the planned axing of the No 11 and No 12 buses was discussed along with other business. Councillor Harvey updated us, explaining that over 140 people attended the meeting which was “standing room only” and the topic was discussed for over 1/2 hour.Continue reading “No 11 & 12 Bus Campaigns – Newmarket Town Council”
- Summary of Meeting with Local Coucillors No 11 Bus RouteOn the 22nd September, the A to B1102 Group facilitated a meeting called to achieve the following Aims: The Chairman of the a-political A to B1102 Group, chaired the meeting. Present at the meeting were: A summary of the meeting including the agreed actions can be found here: We plan to meet again within twoContinue reading “Summary of Meeting with Local Coucillors No 11 Bus Route”
- A to B1102 in the NewsThe Group’s Chairman, Jonathan Cook, was recently interviewed for an article by Alex Spencer of the Cambridge Independent to discuss the Group’s concerns relating to the Greater Cambridge Partnership’s proposals for changes to traffic priorities and road space on Newmarket Road (A1303). You can view the article below, but some key points: We understand theContinue reading “A to B1102 in the News”
Help the Group
If you have skills that could help the group engage with our neighbours, whether through community groups, social media or transport, policy planning, please get in touch: