Cambridge Transportation

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  • 1. Driving and Car Parking

    Madingley Road Parking in Cambridge is very expensive with the cheapest about £23 for 5 hours. Park and Ride buses run on a continuous loop between Madingley Road and Newmarket Road, average wait...

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  • 2. Buses

    The 'busway' connects Cambridge to St Ives near Cambridge. Built mainly on the bed of an old railway it by-passes the ridiculously over-trafficked A14 dual carriageway. The concrete base has been...

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  • 3. Trains

    The best way in is probably by train - here's a picture of Cambridge station. From London you can choose to go from either King's Cross or Liverpool Street stations; both sets of services are run by...

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  • 4. Cycling

    For the first time in all the time I had spent in the UK (quite a lot, as I had lived there once for several months) I decided to rent a bike. Station Cycles near Cambridge train station is supposed...

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  • 5. Walking Around

    Cambridge is a great city to walk around, the colleges are very close together so you see lots in a relatively short distance, and there are wonderful winding side streets to explore. look up above...

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  • 6. Punting

    A punt is a square-ended boat which has a flat bottom and no keel; it is propelled using a long pole. Punts were developed in medieval times to provide stable...

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  • 7. By Air

    Cambridge is within easy reach of London Heathrow, London Gatwick & Birmingham International Airport. London Stansted is the nearest international airport to...

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  • 8. Taxis- absolute rip off!

    Don't bother with taxis- they are a rip off! they're possibly pricier than london taxis (shock horror!)Instead walk: wherever you're going, you'll probably be...

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  • 9. You could rent a bike.......

    To get around Cambridge walking or cycling are both pretty good options. The roads are usually jammed, and apart from the Park and Ride, the scheduled bus...

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  • 10. Great and frequent service...

    Great and frequent service from London. The train is quicker and if doing a day trip probably a better choice. The bus is not as quick but really just as nice...

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  • 11. By Boat! The river Cam joins...

    By Boat! The river Cam joins the Great Ouse near Ely. The Great Ouse links with the Nene to cover quite an area of Cambridgshire, meaning that by boat you can...

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  • 12. By road:From the South East...

    By road:From the South East take the M11. From the North or the South take the A1 and turn off onto the A14.By Rail:From London it's a direct line (from Kings...

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