Transport hub

Situated directly in front of the main line station, an all new transport interchange will include bays for buses and drop-off and pick-up for taxis, new cycleways, and the route for the new Cambridgeshire Guided Busway – ensuring efficient and environmentally sound links to other parts of the city including the park and ride.

At CB1 you will be within easy reach of local, national and global destinations.


Cambridge Station itself provides fast train services to King’s Cross, Liverpool Street, Stansted airport and the region.


The new Cambridgeshire Guided Busway has four separate routes offering quick and easy transfer to the Science Park, Addenbrooke’s hospital and many other parts of the city. A large number of conventional buses serve all parts of the city and the region.


Cycling, traditionally the Cambridge transport of choice now has proper provision with a 3,000 cycle park, the largest in the UK. With the city centre less than one mile away you can choose to push or pedal your bike.


Easy access to major roads, including the M11, M25, and A14 provide fast links to London and the rest of the UK.

Travel times via rail

  • King’s Cross Station
    45 minutes
  • Liverpool Street Station
    1 hour 10 minutes
  • Stansted Airport
    30 minutes
  • Heathrow Airport
    1 hour 55 minutes

Distance via road

  • Cambridge City Centre
    0.75 miles
  • M11 (Junction 11)
    3 miles
  • Stansted Airport:
    28 miles
  • M25/M11 (J27)
    39 miles
  • Central London
    62 miles
Transport hub