Where are we now?
Our work to transform the old A14 for local journeys in and around Huntingdon is progressing well. In addition to the viaduct removal, we’re also building more than half a mile of new link roads into the town.
At the end of October, we opened the new Pathfinder link road, which provides a route for people to access Huntingdon from the A1307 (the old A14). Work to remove the 12,000 tonne railway viaduct and build the new Mill Common and Views Common link roads continues.
Read the latest newsletter on our work in Huntingdon.
Work in Huntingdon is expected to complete by spring 2022.
About the work in Huntingdon
The work in and around Huntingdon is an important part of the project and will benefit Huntingdon and its residents by reducing noise, air pollution and improving station facilities.
- a new Mill Common link road
- removal of the old A14 viaduct and work around the train station
- a new Views Common link road
- a new Pathfinder link road
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