By foot or cycle

Cambridge's many green spaces and flat landscape make walking and cycling an easy and often pleasant way to get about. The guided busway path provides easy access to the hospital from the railway station.

On foot

The hospital is at the southern edge of the city. Walking from the city centre takes around an hour.

If you are arriving by train, the foot and cycle path alongside the guided busway makes for a pleasant half hour walk to the hospital from the railway station. 

There are good paths across the fields from Trumpington and Shelford, providing easy access from the south of the city. The Babraham Park and Ride is about two kilometers south of the hospital. Many people choose to park their cars here and then walk to the hospital.

By bicycle

Cycle routes

Cambridge has some of the best provision of cycle routes and lanes in the UK - and it has very few hills. The hospital is linked to the rest of the city by a large number of designated paths and cycle lanes, many crossing fields and greenspaces. The main road routes leading to the hospital, including Hills Rd, Long Rd, Trumpington Rd and Addenbrooke's Rd all have dedicated lanes as well as off road paths along at least some of their length.

Cambridgeshire County Council provides a downloadable map of cycle routes through and around the city.

Cambridge CycleStreets enables you to plan routes online

Parking your bicycle

The Trust and our campus partners are committed to providing significant amounts of cycle parking. As well as longstanding cycle racks near the main entrance, the Rosie entrance and the ATC entrance, there are many smaller sets of cycle racks around the site. 

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