From Cambridge Station.
Cambridge Train Station is approximately 5km away from Darwin Green, which would take about 20-minutes to cycle to (you will find almost 3,000 cycle storage spaces there!) Alternatively, you could catch one of the buses running along Huntingdon Road and then pick up a connecting service from Cambridge City Centre. The Stagecoach Citi services, 1,3 or 7 will all stop at the main Cambridge station. You could also pick up the Babraham Road Park & Ride service which runs through the city centre and heads past the front of the station.
From Cambridge, you can easily and directly reach, London, Ipswich, Norwich, Birmingham, Brighton, and Stansted Airport. Tickets can be purchased through the Greater Anglia website or mobile app, but where possible we would advise booking train tickets 12 weeks in advance to ensure you get the best prices! However, if you are commuting on a regular basis you may find that a weekly, monthly or even annual ticket could save you money.
If you’re travelling by train for leisure purposes, Railcards are a great way to save money on the cost of train tickets (normally a third off). There are variety of options available and most would be able to utilise one of these options
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Mix and Match Travel with Cycle-Rail and PlusBus!
Do you have a bit of a journey at the other end? When travelling by train, why not make your journey ‘multi-modal’? You could take your own bicycle with you on the train. There are some rules on the number of bicycles allowed on each train and the rules can be different during peak hours, however, it is free! Find out more on the National Rail PlusBike website. However, if you would prefer not to take your own bicycle, you can hire bikes from many train stations across the country. The Bike & Go scheme is a cost effective way of hiring a bike at your destination, with prices as low as £3.80 per day (annual subscription charges apply) this service can be used either for business or leisure purposes! If you’re not keen on the idea of pedal power, how about using the bus instead? PlusBus gives you unlimited bus travel in many towns and cities across the country when travelling by train. When purchasing your train ticket, ask to add PlusBus for a small additional fee (for example it costs an extra £3.30 per day in Norwich or Ipswich). You can also purchase weekly, monthly or annual PlusBus tickets. Search online for PlusBus to find out all the information you could possibly require on the service.