Daniel Zeichner MP hailed the news that Adams Road will not become a busy bus route as a victory for common sense.
The Greater Cambridge Partnership today confirmed that they will no longer propose Adams Road as the route for buses from Cambourne to access the city.
The local MP who previously joined angry cyclists protesting against using Adams Road for a huge number of buses said: “Of course we need to tackle congestion which was crippling Cambridge before the lockdown and designated road space for buses is a part of that – but so too are the needs of cyclists. I am delighted at this change of direction. I always thought there was another solution that allows buses in and does not adversely affect cyclists. Adams Road is a popular route in and out of the city and we want to develop that to encourage even more people to use their bikes.”