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Car parking at the Institute is restricted to permit holders only, there is an automated barrier preventing unauthorized access.
There are only six visitors’ spaces which must be booked. To enquire about availability, please contact the person arranging your visit.
Visitors’ bays are clearly marked and are on the left hand side as you look at the building’s front entrance. You may park in any of these spaces if you have reserved a space.
Another solution for when we have no visitors’ parking available is the multi-storey car park at Addenbrooke’s Hospital. It takes about five minutes to walk to the Institute from there.
The Institute has ample bicycle parking which can be found at the rear of the car park. The area is under cover and has secure railings to lock your bicycle.
There are also changing facilities within the building should you require them.
The Park & Ride bus, number 99, which operates between Cowley Road and Babraham Road via the city centre, runs every 10 minutes, and is reasonably reliable and fast.
The walk to and from this site from the Babraham Road Park & Ride site is about 20 minutes. The walk from Addenbrooke’s Island to the site takes about 5 minutes.
In addition to the 99 bus, there is also the Guided Bus service A that runs between Trumpington and St. Ives via the hospital, Cambridge Railway Station and the City Centre.
This bus will drop you quite close to the Institute on Robinson Way. The stop handy for the Institute is the second stop after the bus arrives on the Addenbrooke’s ‘loop’: ask the driver to let you out at the Rosie Hospital. This is an excellent, quick way to and from the station and a lot cheaper than a taxi!
The Uni 4 bus operates between the Madingley Road Park & Ride site and Addenbrooke’s and a flat fare of only 75 pence is charged to holders of the Cambridge University ID card.
Information on Trumpington Park & Ride (Guided Bus) – ask to be dropped off at the Rosie Hospital stop.
Further information on using public transport to and from Addenbrooke’s is available on the Addenbrooke’s website.