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Cambridgeshire Guided Busway: Quiz

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Question 1: The scheme will link the city of ________, in East Anglia, with St Ives, Huntingdon and Northstowe (a proposed new town) to the northwest and with the M11 motorway to the south.
CambridgePeterboroughYorkNorwich

Question 2: ________
Articulated buses in the United KingdomList of guided busways and BRT systems in the United KingdomBus transport in the United KingdomPark and ride bus services in the United Kingdom

Question 3: [5] As of September 2009, construction remained underway at locations across ________.
CambridgeshireHuntingdonshirePeterboroughNorthamptonshire

Question 4: The two forks converge at Cambridge bus station for the journey to ________.
Peterborough railway stationBaldock railway stationRoyston railway stationCambridge railway station

Question 5: A southern section is designed to connect ________, Addenbrooke's Hospital and a park and ride site at Trumpington.
Cambridge railway stationRoyston railway stationBaldock railway stationPeterborough railway station

Question 6: [15] ________ prepared the Transport and Works Act (TWA) application presented in late 2003.
Structural AwardsBuro HappoldArupBuilding services engineering

Question 7: New access routes to and from the A14 road to enable buses coming from Bar Hill and ________ to gain access to the northern guided section of the busway and its bridge under the A14 road.
CombertonCambourneBedfordSt Neots

Question 8: The guideway is notable for its length and will become the longest operational guided busway in the world, overtaking the ________ in Adelaide, South Australia.
Adelaide MetroMetropolitan Adelaide Transport StudyO-Bahn BuswayGlenelg Tram

Question 9: Contributions from developers were additionally used to cover the cost of providing artworks and ________ along the route.
ChronologyTime capsuleHistoryPast

Question 10: [16][17] A ________ was held into the successful proposal during September-October 2004.
Public inquiryIrelandBloody Sunday (1972)Barr Tribunal







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