Eddington is just two miles northwest of Cambridge city centre, with easy access along Huntingdon Road or Madingley Road.

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How to find us

Directions

North – A14, junction 31 to Huntingdon Road (A1307), after the BP garage, turn right onto Eddington Avenue.

South – M11, junction 13 to Madingley Road (A1303), after the Madingley Road Park & Ride, turn left onto Eddington Avenue.

GPS

52.218000, 0.087256

Useful postcodes

Storey’s Field Centre – CB3 1AA

Market Square – CB3 1SE

Postdoc Centre – CB3 1AS

Madingley Road Park & Ride – CB3 0EU

Bus from Cambridge

The most convenient bus service for Eddington is the Universal (U) service, which links Eddington with West Cambridge, the City Centre, Cambridge Station and Addenbrooke’s.

The Madingley Road Park & Ride is a short walk from Eddington and links to the Bus station in central Cambridge.

Parking

There is limited paid-for on-street parking for visitors at Eddington.

Drivers can park in the Madingley Road Park & Ride, a short walk from Eddington, for free.

 


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Easily access Eddington

All visitors to Eddington are encouraged to cycle or walk to the development. As well as road access there are pedestrian and cycle networks and the Ridgeway – a dedicated cycle and pedestrian route that runs from Girton, through Eddington, to Storey’s Way in Cambridge.

The areas of Eddington that are open to the public can be viewed on the downloadable map below. Some areas remain restricted due to operational mobilisation and construction works.

As part of its sustainability goals, there is limited on-street parking for visitors at Eddington. Paid-for parking is in operation across the neighbourhood. We would like to remind visitors that you can park in the Madingley Road Park & Ride, a short walk from Eddington, for free.

Eddington is only 20 minutes from Cambridge City Centre by bus, or 30 minutes from the train station.

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