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Supported with funding from the mayoral Combined Authority, free public access Wifi is now live in Huntingdonshire market towns, bringing a welcome pre-Christmas boost for local businesses and residents.
Mayor James Palmer is seeking approval to trial a new ‘dial-a-bus’ style demand responsive transport service in West Huntingdonshire, along with a new bus route for Peterborough and the roll out of electronic ticketing across the county in a raft of new bus reforms going to the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority Transport committee on Wednesday 4th November.
Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority, headed by Mayor James Palmer, has appointed the design, engineering, and project management consultant, Atkins, to press forward delivery of the much-needed A141 Huntingdon Bypass.
Free public access Wifi is going live in market towns across Huntingdonshire to help residents keep connected and bolster local businesses through the dark days of Covid.
Wisbech and Fenland featured strongly in the first tranche of proposals to help Cambridgeshire’s historic market towns ‘get fit for the future’.
In a move which will help Cambridgeshire’s historic market towns ‘get fit for the future’ and punch their weight in the Covid world, Mayor James Palmer tomorrow asks the Board of the Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority to approve funding applications from Huntingdon, Ramsey and St Ives.
Led by Mayor James Palmer, a team of officers from the Combined Authority visited St Neots to discuss the latest steps towards delivery of the town’s Masterplan.