If you’re coming to Cambridge, please consider how you travel here. We encourage sustainable travel as part of our efforts to reduce air pollution in the city.
If you’re using public transport during the coronavirus outbreak, check the provider’s website and the government’s guidance on safe travel before you travel.
Cambridge has regular train connections with London and Stansted airport, Birmingham and the north of the UK, and other destinations. The train station is just over a mile from the city centre, and there’s another to the north of the city. There are regular buses to and from each station, and cycle hire is available.
Buses to and from the bus station near the city centre serve many local towns and villages. National coach services stop nearby.
A number of cycle routes come into Cambridge from nearby towns and villages. There are two covered cycle parks in the city centre, as well as ample parking spaces elsewhere nearby.
If you need to drive, there are five park and ride sites around the edge of city. There are multi-storey car parks and smaller pay-and-display car parks within walking distance of the city centre.