Travelling around the Surrounding Area
Travelling into Cambridge city centre by car is not recommended and a number of alternatives are available.
Travelling by Bus
Many people now travel into the city on the Park & Ride bus service. This operates frequent buses from five car park locations on the city outskirts into the city centre.
For information on the guided busway that runs between St Ives and Cambridge, and between Huntingdon and Cambridge, visit the county council’s Guided Busway webpages.
There is an excellent Citi Bus Network around the city, including a night bus on Friday and Saturday nights. There are also good services into the city from the main local towns.
The City Circle is a free bus service that operates Monday to Saturday every 15 minutes. It does a circular route and serves the Grafton Centre, Jesus Lane, Trinity Street, Market Square, Corpus Christi and Downing Street.
If you have a mobility disability, Cambridge and Cambridgeshire Passenger Transport has useful information such as which services have low-floor buses. Contact them by telephone on 01223 717 740.
Concessionary Bus Passes for the over 60s and the disabled are available and give free travel on off-peak local bus services throughout England.
Travelling by Train
The rail station about a 20-minute walk south of the city centre.
There are regular buses and taxis available from the station; journey time to the city centre is usually about ten minutes.
The National Rail website provides information on routes and fares, and lets you check train schedules and buy tickets.