A mobile visitor centre has been launched to keep people up to date with progress on the major £1.5 billion A14 improvement scheme.
Cambridge-News.co.uk says Highways England has converted a 3.5 tonne truck into a visitor centre, explaining the route of the new road, and focusing on how the scheme is progressing.
It says the vehicle started its first outing on Wednesday, 15 March 15 at Bar Hill Tesco near Cambridge and in future weeks and months will visit dozens of other locations.
A spokeswoman for Highways England told the site, “The mobile visitor centre will help people plan their journeys, tell them about the scheme’s progress, and share possible job opportunities too, as well as share information on other topics of interest.
“Because the A14 scheme is over an extended geographical area, our team felt that being able to visit local communities along the route with information would benefit more people, rather than asking them to come to a static visitor centre.”