There are many ways you can travel to our hospitals.
Park and ride
Our hospitals have direct and quick links with many of the Cambridgeshire Park and Ride sites.
- Plan your journey - http://www.cambridgeparkandride.info/
Addenbrooke’s Hospital has its own bus station at the Hills Road entrance to the site. The majority of buses pick up and drop off here. There are further stops around the wider biomedical campus.
- View timetables
- Or call Traveline: 0871 200 2 233.
Due to construction works there may be changes to the bus stops, compared to those shown on the site map.
Cambridgeshire Guided Busway
Busway A and B
Trumpington Park and Ride > Cambridge Biomedical Campus (CBC) > Cambridge Rail Station > City centre and beyond
- Francis Crick Avenue (10 minute walk to main reception)
- Dame Mary Archer Way (5 minute walk to main reception or 1 minute to the Rosie Hospital)
- Outpatients (2 minute walk to main reception)
- Puddicombe Way (6 minute walk to main reception)
- Royal Papworth Hospital (6 minute walk to main reception)
The services run along the busway serving Longstanton and St Ives Park and Ride sites.
Universal bus service
On-site courtesy bus
Immediate action required: Courtesy bus during Covid-19
Due to Covid-19 restrictions, we will not be running the courtesy bus service until further notice.
We run a courtesy bus to make it easier for patients and visitors to get around the hospital site.
The bus runs Monday to Friday between 7.30am and 4pm (excluding bank holidays). A limited service runs 4 – 5pm.
The bus is scheduled to run every 10 minutes but may be delayed by other users’ needs.
The main route is:
- Car park 1
- Addenbrooke’s Treatment Centre
- Car park 2
- Rosie Maternity Hospital
- R Block
The bus runs on a set route and will divert to an area on request if possible.
Generous donations from Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust (ACT) supporters for equipment and services such as the patient courtesy bus mean that we can continue to make Addenbrooke’s and the Rosie Hospitals even better for patients.
From Cambridge Rail Station
- Approximately 30 minutes walk
- Approximately 10 minutes by bus
- Visit Traveline to plan your journey
The hospitals are well signposted from most parts of Cambridge. If you are driving from outside Cambridge, there is easy access to the campus via Addenbrooke's Road, signed from Junction 11 on the M11.
Visit Google Maps for a personalised directions to our site.
Car parking for patients and visitors is located in one of our two multi-storey car parks located at car park 1 or car park 2. Each of these car parks operates a pay on foot system where customers make their payment for parking on exiting the car park.
More information about parking and tariffs.
The main road routes leading to the hospital, including Hills Road, Long Road, Trumpington Road and Addenbrooke's Road all have dedicated cycles lanes, as well as off-road paths 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.
There is a number of cycle parking areas across the campus with public open cycle parking at key entrances.
If you are arriving by train, there is a shared-use path alongside the guided busway.
Our hospitals are at the southern edge of Cambridge. Walking from the city centre takes around an hour.
If you are arriving by train, the shared-use path alongside the guided busway makes for a pleasant half hour walk.
Babraham Park and Ride is about two kilometres south of the hospital. Many people choose to park their cars here and then walk or catch the Park and Ride bus to the hospital.
Trumpington Park and Ride is under 3 kilometetres from the hospitals. Guided bus services are available however some people choose to walk the scenic route to and/or from the Park and Ride.