The primary street around Eddington (Eddington Avenue/Turing Way) is now open. The areas that are open can be viewed on this downloadable map. Some areas remain restricted due to operational mobilisation and construction works.

The Ridgeway (cycle and pedestrian route) from Bunkers Hill to Eddington, and from Storey’s Field to Storey’s Way is also open.

To ensure the safety of pedestrians and cyclists, from 1 September cars will not be permitted on the Horse Chestnut Avenue between Gravel Hill Farm and Huntingdon Road.


Parking in Eddington

Disabled parking is free for Blue Badge holders, located across the site, close to the facilities. Remember to clearly display your Blue Badge at all times when parked. 

Limited on-street parking for visitors is available on a pay and display basis. Pay and display will come in to effect from 2018. Currently visitors to Eddington can park for free in the on street parking laybys (Turing Way and Eddington Avenue) for a maximum of two hours.

Once pay and display is place, visitors can pay by phone or by using a credit or debit card at the payment machines (cash is not accepted). Parking is free for the first hour, and can be extended using the phone number advertised.

You can also park for more than two hours at a time in the Madingley Park & Ride, a short walk from Eddington. 


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

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

There are bus stops located on Eddington Avenue outside Sainsbury’s, and further down towards Madingley Road.


Please check the address of the location that you want to get to. 

If you want to get to the Project Office at Gravel Hill Farm, or the Construction Access (west of the Park and Ride), both are off Madingley Road. Further details can be found here