Where will you go? Tourism opportunities along the East West Rail line
East West Rail opens up the region for culture vultures, shopaholics and thrill seekers alike.
Nostalgia: East West Rail taking us Back to the Future...
East West Rail will restore the railway built by the Victorians and in use all the way up to the 60s.
Working with the community: Adding social value to East West Rail
East West Rail is providing educational, career and supply chain opportunities along the route
Improving Journeys: How East West Rail will leave us better connected
East West Rail will connect with all inter-city main lines, cut journey times and put an end to railway 'cul-de-sacs'.
Boosting the Economy: How East West Rail will support growth
East West Rail will create opportunities across the Oxford-Milton Keynes-Cambridge region.
Project Overview: Joining the dots from east to west
The proposed East West Rail link falls into three distinct sections; Western, Central and Eastern.
Western Section: From Oxford to Bedford and Princes Risborough to Milton Keynes
Due to come into operation in the early 2020s, this section will improve connectivity across three counties.
Central Section: Identifying the route from Bedford to Cambridge
View progress towards identifying a route and developing the case to extend EWR east to Cambridge.
Eastern Section: Enhancing rail travel east of Cambridge
Rail travel from Cambridge to Ipswich and Norwich has been possible since the 2000s - now we're looking at how it can be enhanced.
The East West Rail Consortium: Our role, membership and track record
The East West Rail Consortium was formed more than 20 years' ago - see who we are and our achievements so far.