The historic centre of Cambridge lies on the western edge of the city,
so the best way to get to us is from the two main roads to the west of
Cambridge, the M11 and A14. Please click
here for information on the five Park & Ride car parking sites
located on the edge of Cambridge. Please click
here for information on Cambridge city centre car parks.
Runs south from Cambridge to Stansted Airport (30 miles / 50 km), the
M25 and London (60 miles / 100 km). Northbound it feeds Cambridge at
Junctions 11, 12 and 13. For southbound information please see the
section on the A14 below.
Connects East Anglia to the Midlands and the North. It runs from
Felixstowe on the east coast to the M1 / M6 junction near Northampton
and bisects the A1 20 miles / 30 km northwest of Cambridge. To access
Cambridge join the M11 southbound and exit at Junction 12.
For road access information please see the information above. There
are Coach Bays conveniently near to our punt stations, as per the
Coach Bays I
The Queen's Road bays are only a 2 minute walk from our Mill Lane
station and the Boatyard. Please note that Silver Street is closed to
through-traffic. Coaches travelling to and from the bays are
recommended to use Junction 12 of the M11.
Coach Bays II
The Chesterton Road bays are a 5 minute walk from our Magdalene Bridge
station. Please note that Bridge Street is closed to through-traffic.
Coaches travelling to and from the bays are recommended to use
Junctions 12 and 13 of the M11.
Cambridge is well served by both coach and rail services.
Regular coach services
run from central London and the various London airports. Drummer
Street Bus Station is only a 5 minute walk from Cambridge City
Centre and 10 minutes from our punt stations.
Cambridge is an hour by
rail from London or Peterborough. Cambridge railway station is on
the eastern side of Cambridge, a 5 minute bus or taxi ride from the