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Oxcalo rail connectivity, part two

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Part one

Poor travel links hinder south east England’s competitiveness with Silicon Valley, according to Cambridge-based entrepreneurs.

[“Poor travel links ‘stop UK tech competing with Silicon Valley'”, Samuel Gibbs, The Guardian, 1 December 2014]

A report commissioned by the Cambridge-based entrepreneurs, which includes the UK semiconductor industry founder Hermann Hauser, angel investor Sherry Coutu, biotechnology head Andy Richards and telecoms businessman David Cleevely, claims that poor infrastructure connecting the south-east region is holding Boris Johnson’s golden triangle vision back.

The Oxford - Bletchley - Bedford - Sandy - Cambridge through route was not considered worth keeping in the 1960s

The Oxford – Bletchley – Bedford – Sandy – Cambridge through route was not considered worth keeping in the 1960s

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December 2, 2014 at 3:48 pm

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