A ‘one strike and you’re out’ policy has been placed on community transport provider FACT to allow them to continue to run contracts on behalf of Cambridgeshire County Council.
County council officials boosted of having “hit the milestone of joining up the Ely bypass from end to end” but not even they could explain this extraordinary bit of ‘parking’.
County council leader Steve Count has apologised for the pothole crisis that hit Cambridgeshire and says “we could have and should have done better.”
County council leader Steve Count warned that drivers around March face huge delays in coming months once work starts on traffic lights at the Gaul Road junction with the A141,
An investigation commissioned by Cambridgeshire County Council into the Fenland Association of Community Transport (FACT) has taken longer and cost more than anticipated, councillors were told.
Other work planned by auditors at Cambridgeshire County Council may be put on hold to assist “unplanned, high priority work” into the Fenland Association for Community Transport (FACT).
County council officials have explained more about the two stage design and construct contract awarded to a company aiming to build the £16.5 million Kings Dyke level crossing bypass at Whittlesey.
Based on 2011 Census figures, Fenland is home to around 500 travellers/gypsies but many believe the number is double that.