With links to the A1(M), A14 and East Coast Mainline, Alconbury Enterprise Campus lies at the heart of the growing economy of the Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough Enterprise Partnership.
With future plans for its own rail station – as part of a major transport interchange with the innovative Cambridge Guided Busway – the Campus will benefit from the £22 billion rail investment of Crossrail and Thameslink which will bring easy access to rail services across the south east of England.
Alconbury Weald is well connected to the local and strategic road network. £1.5 billion is being invested into the A14 and with upgrade plans for the A1, those connections are getting stronger.
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From Ermine Street you can catch the Cambridgeshire Guided Busway Service B to Peterborough or Huntingdon, St Ives and Cambridge (direct bus – no need to change).
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The 46a bus service also operates along Ermine Street and connects with Huntingdon bus station, Alconbury village and Stilton.
Huntingdon has fast, regular train services to to London, St Neots and Peterborough. By using railcards, travelling at off-peak times or booking in advance, you can save money on your rail journey.
The National Rail website provides a journey planner that gives you train times, fares information and lets you track trains in real time: nationalrail.co.uk.
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Huntingdon railway station is less than 6km from Alconbury Weald and a 10 minutes bus journey on the Busway B service, which stops just outside the station.
Alternatively, it would take you approximately 25 minutes to cycle to Huntingdon train station and secure, sheltered cycle parking is provided free of charge there.