Getting Around

on public transport.

There are many reasons you should consider using the bus; firstly, it can be quicker than driving, especially when trying to reach Cambridge city centre. You’ll find public transport often has priority with dedicated bus lanes and a journey from Darwin Green into Cambridge will take approximately 11 minutes. Bus travel can also be cheaper than you realise with a weekly ticket into the city costing approximately £15.00.

This ticket also gives you unlimited travel throughout Cambridge for the whole 7 days (please find the map of areas covered, here). The bus also gives you the perfect opportunity to catch up on that book you’ve been meaning to read, check the news, play the latest game on your phone or some retail therapy online using the free Stagecoach wifi!

Buses

Community Transport

Buses

The main bus operator in Cambridge is Stagecoach with frequent services running along Huntingdon Road into Cambridge city centre. Additionally, buses link you directly to; Fenstanton, Bar Hill, Oakington and Girton.

The bus services above run either every 20 or 30 minutes, however, when using the stops along Huntingdon Road heading into Cambridge, you’ll not have wait any longer than 15 minutes for a service. These bus stops including information panels giving real time information on the next departures.

Your most frequent services from the Howes Place bus stops (located on Huntingdon Road) are:

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Citi 5 – Fenstanton to Cambridge (buses every 20 minutes)

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Citi 6 – Oakington to Cambridge (buses every 30 minutes) (Include bus timetables)

WHY USE THE BUS?

There are many reasons you should consider using the bus; firstly, it can be quicker than driving, especially when trying to reach Cambridge city centre. You’ll find public transport often has priority with dedicated bus lanes and a journey from Darwin Green into Cambridge will take approximately 11 minutes. Bus travel can also be cheaper than you realise with a weekly ticket into the city costing approximately £15.00.

This ticket also gives you unlimited travel throughout Cambridge for the whole 7 days (please find the map of areas covered, here The bus also gives you the perfect opportunity to catch up on that book you’ve been meaning to read, check the news, play the latest game on your phone or some retail therapy online using the free Stagecoach wifi!

Stagecoach App

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Bus Ticket Offer

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COMMUNITY TRANSPORT

Here’s why buses are a good travel option

For those that may have difficulty in accessing public transport due to a disability or there age, there are community transport options available. The Cambridge Dial-a-Ride service is operated by a charitable organisation which provides bespoke links from your home to destinations across the city of Cambridge and bordering villages.

Dial-a-Ride

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Cambridge Minibus

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Shopmobility

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Useful Websites & Further Information