‘Creating a Cycling Culture’ – CCN/CTC Spring 2008 Campaigns Conference

CCN/CTC Cambridge Cycling Conference Spring 2008 Logo

Cambridge, Saturday 10th May, with additional optional events on Friday 9th and Sunday 11th


A map of central Cambridge is available. The train station is in the very bottom corner, the main conference venue (which is at postcode CB3 0WB) is a little way off Madingley Road in the very top left corner, and coaches stop at Drummer Street / Parker’s Piece (central area, coloured green).

Trains to Cambridge

Trains to Cambridge leave every half an hour from King’s Cross station in London, which is generally a clean and pleasant service.

The journey can take about 45 minutes to 90 minutes, depending on whether you take the fast service or the stopping service.

The National Express East Anglia website has full details of services, including Cycle carriage information.

Coaches to Cambridge

Coaches stop at Drummer Street or the nearby Parkside.

Cycle route from Cambridge railway station to the Conference venue

The journey from Cambridge Railway Station to the venue is about 2.5 miles / 20 minutes cycling time – 5-10 minutes to the city centre and 10 minutes to the conference venue.

Here are some routes, courtesy of Cambridge Cycling Campaign’s online journey planner (which will be demonstrated at the Conference!)

Getting to the main venue (off Grange Road) by bus

To get to the main conference venue (which is at postcode CB3 0WB) from Cambridge Railway Station a change of buses is required. Get any bus to the City Centre (every few minutes, travel time 5 mins) and buy a Dayrider Ticket (cost £3.00) which will cover both all bus trips in Cambridge for the day. At the City Centre find ‘Bay E’ and get a Citi 4 bus for Cambourne (on the hour and 20 minutes) and ask for the Clarkson Road stop.

Car parking

Madingley Road Park & Ride is 1 mile away, and you can cycle from there in about 5 minutes.

The car park at the main venue can only be reached from the northern part of Wilberforce Road, by turning from Madingley Road.