Sunday, 30 July 2017

Woes continue to rumble on the Cambridgeshire busway

Council takes legal action over £36m busway 'defects'

Cambridgeshire County Council is taking legal action against the developers of the guided busway.
They say there are defects in the design and construction of the project which could cost up to £36 million to repair.


The busway linking St Ives and Cambridge opened in 2011 and cost more than £150 million.
A Cambridgeshire County Council spokesperson said: "The County Council has agreed to proceed with legal action against BAM Nuttall in respect of defects in the design and construction of the guided busway.
"Our legal and technical advisers are preparing the County Council's formal claim, which will be a public document, so it would be inappropriate to comment in advance of that."


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The second part of a recent visit to Leeds by the Focus Transport team focuses this time on buses in the city centre operated by Arriva. These are in an album which can now be viewed by clicking  here

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