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This service will operate as normal between Arbury and Addenbrookes. After leaving Addenbrookes, buses will divert via Hills Road and Nightingale Avenue. This will mean the stop on Fendon Road will not be served.
After departing Cherry Hinton High Street, these services will follow a diversion via Cherry Hinton Road and Mowbray Road in order to access Addenbrookes. Stops on Queen Edith’s Way cannot be served as the junction at Fendon Road will be closed.
This service will terminate at Wulfstan Way. Customers that require connections to Addenbrookes will need to transfer onto a Citi 1 service on Cherry Hinton Road at the Derwent Close stop.
As the Citi 2 cannot serve Addenbrookes, customers will need to use the Citi 1 from Addenbrookes towards Cherry Hinton. Passengers will need to transfer at the Strangeways stop on Queen Edith's Way, changing on to the Citi 2 towards Mill Road and other destinations.
From Long Road College, this service will operate directly to Addenbrookes Bus Station. After Addenbrookes Bus Station, this service will then operate via Hills Road and Nightingale Avenue to rejoin the normal route. The Fendon Road stop will therefore not be served.
This service will operate via Cherry Hinton Road and Mowbray Road between “The Robin Hood” Public House and Fendon Road.
Passengers needing to change between Citi 1 and Citi 2 services during this disruption will not be required to purchase any extra tickets for their journey.