Drivers and cyclists in the east of the region will benefit from better roads, thanks to a £54.7 million investment in repairs, the roads minister has announced.
It might have been £13 million over budget and 20 years in the pipeline, but Ely Southern Bypass is on track to open on Wednesday October 31 - and work to build a walkway runs until late November.
MP Steve Barclay tonight welcomed the Government’s pledge to market globally a £2.5 billion investment opportunity for Wisbech that he described as a “game changer” for Fenland.
Council bosses have been nominated for awards for their approach to tackle drought damaged roads - as potholes remain littered across the county.
Network Rail has been slammed for creating “frankly ridiculous” red tape which means it is taking far too long to build a new train station in Soham.
Work to repair more than 40 miles of drought damaged roads in Fenland – including ones in Thorney - will start next month.