Yes, your Park & Ride ticket will still be valid for travel between Milton, Cambridge Railway Station and Addenbrooke’s but you will need to change onto the Babraham service in Cambridge City Centre. The Babraham service will leave from stop E5 on Emmanuel Street(and will remain green in colour from January 2017).
5. Can I use other Stagecoach buses to travel to the Railway Station and Addenbrooke’s?
Yes, if you purchase a Dayrider (one day) or Megarider (7 day) ticket from the driver, you can use all Stagecoach buses within the Cambridge area to access the railway station and Addenbrooke’s.
The Park & Ride services from Milton and Newmarket Road will both continue to use the bus interchange at The Grafton. The Milton service will drop off ONLY on Victoria Avenue on its way into town and call at The Grafton bus interchange on its way out of town. The Newmarket Road service will call at The Grafton bus interchange on its way into and out of town.
Services from Madingley Road will stop at the bus stop on Jesus Lane approx. 2 minutes’ walk from The Grafton. Services from Babraham Road Park & Ride will no longer stop at The Grafton but passengers can travel from the city centre to The Grafton on their Park & Ride ticket if they would like to by transferring to the Milton or Newmarket Road Park & Ride services.
No, the operating hours are remaining broadly similar although there are some small timetable changes, please see www.cambridgeparkandride.info
Yes. Newmarket Road Park & Ride buses will no longer serve the bus stop outside the Travelodge on Newmarket Road. Buses will instead use the stop located opposite Tesco outside the retail park.
Trumpington Park & Ride buses will no long use the stop outside Emmanuel United Reform Church but will use the stop located outside Fitzwilliam Museum.
Madingley Road Park & Ride buses will be stopping on Jesus Lane as part of these changes.
Milton Park & Ride will be dropping off ONLY on Victoria Avenue throughout the day.
Yes, in the majority of cases you will now get off and on at the same stops within the City Centre. Each Park & Ride service uses a different stop – below are the details:
Trumpington – Continues to use the Downing Street stop outside John Lewis.
Milton – You can get off and on at stop D1 on Drummer Street or use stop D at the Grafton
Babraham – You can get off and on at stop E5 on Emmanuel Street.
Madingley – you can continue to alight and Board on Bridge Street and also at the stop on Jesus Lane near Four Lamps Roundabout. You can also get off and on at stop S3 on St Andrew’s Street.
Newmarket – you can get off and on at stop D2 in Drummer Street or stop B to alight at the Grafton and stop A at the Grafton to return to Newmarket Road.
No, Parking charges remain the same, £1 for up to 18 hours. We recommend paying for parking in advance via VIVOPARK – visit www.cambridgeparkandride.info to find out more.
Yes, there will be two grey ones as before, with all the same facilities as the five coloured buses.