The 'Road to Hell', 'world's biggest car park', 'Road to Nowhere'.... Pick your favourite. When referring to the county's most notorious road - the A14 - we've all got our own description and very seldom is it favourable...
So just what IS the problem with the A14 and why hasn't anyone managed to put their finger on it and actually do something about it?
On Thursday 15th September, BBC Radio Cambridgeshire's Steve Riches hosted the Big A14 Debate - and you can listen to that debate in full, here online:
Steve's guests included: Ian Semple from the Highways Agency, the organisation that has overall control of the A14; John Bridge, the Chief Executive of Cambridgeshire Chambers of Commerce; and John Reynolds, the lead portfolio member for environment and community services at Cambridgeshire County Council.
|A crash on the A14|
They were also joined by a representative from the East of England Development Agency who talked about the effect that the road is having on future development plans, plus a spokesman from the police and one from the Freight Haulage Association.
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