The days of traffic barriers
and endless tailbacks may be over for motorists in Cambridgeshire as the government launches the A14 challenge.
In a new joint initiative by the Department for Transport and Cambridgeshire County Council the plan aims for "long term improvements" on the stretch of road between Huntingdon and Cambridge.
The online survey says it is looking for "a solution that is deliverable, value for money, and at a price the country can afford".
Last month chancellor George Osborne announced in the Autumn Statement that there would be major improvement plans carried out on the road in the near future.
Roads minister, Mike Penning, said: "This is far from being a study about what the problems are - they have been studied before and are well known. This is a great opportunity for local stakeholders to shape the solution."
Whilst the A14 has been pinpointed as an over-congested road it still remains behind Bedford Road in Clapham, which suffers more jams than any other UK road.
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