Transport Links in Huntingdon
One of the attractive benefits of living in Huntingdon is the unprecedented transport links available to locals.
Huntingdon Train Station is in the centre of the town, easily accessible for anyone. The station runs regular services to several locations. It is an easy commute to London with the trains taking 45 – 60 minutes. They also run a regular service to Peterborough taking less than 25 minutes.
There is a taxi rank at the station. So if you can’t continue your journey via train, you can easily hop into a taxi to take you to your destination.
Located about 386m from the town centre the station is easily accessible. The station runs regular services to many locations including:
Huntingdon is also one of the main routes for the Cambridgeshire Guided Busway. This is connecting Cambridge, Huntingdon and St Ives. The buses run every 20-40 minutes throughout the day, starting from the early hours. This a great link for commuting to and from work, accessing the shopping centre, or visiting family & friends.
Huntingdon has around 95 cycle routes/lane to explore and use. One of the main paths is along the Cambridgeshire Guided Busway. Along with the installation they also provided a guided cycle lane from Huntingdon to Cambridge.
The A14 provides a vital road transport corridor between the North, the Midlands and the East of England. It is of local, regional, national and international significance.
The motorway provides an essential route for commuters short distance and long distance. This provides a link between the A1 and the M11 Motorway.