There are many modes of transport available to you in order to get to Cambridge Innovation Park. The Park is well serviced by buses, trains, major road links and cycle paths. A rough guide to distance and timings is given below.
Travel Mode - From Cambridge Innovation Park
Cambridge City Centre
(1) Includes walk from town centre to railway station using No 9 bus route (hourly service).
Cambridge Innovation Park is conveniently located with two covered bus stops immediately adjacent to the entrance of Denny End Road, giving access to bus services which go to and from Cambridge, Littleport and Royston as well as the villages in between and operates during the day from Monday to Saturday.
Whippet also operate a bus service between Waterbeach and Cambridge on Mondays to Fridays, running seven buses during the day. The nearest stop to Denny End Road is St Andrews Hill, which is a 15 minute walk from the Park. For full details of Whippet Buses visit their website.
Waterbeach Station has direct services to Cambridge and Ely, with multiple trains per hour and an average journey time of 10 minutes. Cambridge and Ely stations provide commuters and other visitors to the Park with links to major local towns and cities, such as Norwich, Kings Lynn and Peterborough, as well as long distance public transport links to London.
Cambridge Innovation Park is located just off the A10. The A10 runs north-south from King’s Lynn to Cambridge where it interlinks with the A47 and A14. Through the A14, the A10 also connects to the M11.
A total of 115 car parking spaces, including disabled/wheelchair accessible spaces are available in the Park. In addition, 4 car parking bays with electric car charging infrastructure are available. We are also in the process of introducing a Liftshare programme for tenants of the Park. For a route planner visit AA Route Planner.
Why not go pedal powered? We have a total of 102 covered and open cycle parking spaces available. Also available on site are OFO bikes. Visit OFO Website for further information.