TWO months' work to create a new £160,000 bus-rail interchange at Huntingdon railway station began this week after six years of planning. The move could herald additional bus services to and from the station. Huntingdonshire District Council, which is jointly funding the scheme with Cambridgeshire County Council, said the current conflict between buses, taxis and cars parking or dropping off and picking up passengers, would be removed. A new area dedicated to buses will be provided under the A14 viaduct, work will also include a dedicated taxi lane and drop-off and pick-up bays, pedestrian routes, resurfacing and new lighting. When complete, the works will be handed over to train operator First Capital Connect. HDC said the partners in the project would be working towards integrated ticketing.