Cambridgeshire Autonomous Metro (CAM)

The Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Combined Authority is developing plans for a world-leading public transport network to serve the region. It will offer better, faster, cleaner, and more reliable journeys between towns, villages, key employment sites and the city of Cambridge. CAM will reduce congestion, support new jobs and homes, boost economic growth and spread prosperity to more people and places.

To find out more, go to our what is CAM? page. You can also discover why CAM is needed, how it will be delivered and find the latest news. Our FAQs page is regularly updated and if you have any other queries, you can get in touch.

“The world-class public transport offered by CAM will be transformative for our region by introducing a convenient, fast, reliable and zero emission travel option, designed to sustain the growth of the local economy in the long-term.

As well as better journeys, CAM will also help boost prosperity for all, by supporting businesses, creating jobs and giving people greater access to opportunity. High quality public transport will also help enable sustainable new housing needed to help tackle our chronic shortage of homes, delivered in well-connected communities.

And by reducing reliance on private cars, CAM will also help cut congestion and tackle air quality issues, improving the quality of the local environment for generations to come.

CAM is a golden opportunity to invest in a better, healthier, more prosperous future for everyone in Cambridgeshire & Peterborough.”

James Palmer
Mayor of Cambridgeshire & Peterborough