Cambridge is located on the M11 providing quick and easy access to London. The A14 connects the county to the East Coast ports of Harwich, Ipswich, Felixstowe and Great Yarmouth. It also connects the county to the Midlands and the main North/South arteries of the A1, M1 and M6 to the West. The town of St Ives is located on the A14, St Neots is located on the A1 and Huntingdon is located on the A1 and A14.
Cambridge and the cathedral city of Ely are within an hours train ride of central London as are the towns of Huntingdon and St Neots. Cambridgeshire also offers easy access to the Midlands (via Peterborough).
For national rail enquiries go to journey planner or call 08457 484 950.
Cambridgeshire is situated 25 minutes from Stansted Airport and within 1 hour 30 minutes of Gatwick Airport and Heathrow Airport. The county is also within easy reach of Luton Airport and East Midlands Airport.
Cambridge has a private airport (Marshall Airport) which is suitable for European short-haul, international business jets, Boeing 757's and Airbus A320's.
Despite being inland Cambridgeshire also has its own harbour in the Fenland town of Wisbech. The Port of Wisbech caters for fishing and leisure activities as well as commercial operations between the county and mainland Europe.
All of Cambridgeshire's major towns and science and business parks receive excellent broadband connectivity. Many parts of the county are rural and some areas do not receive the consistency of service that the majority of the population receives. The County Council - along with external partners - is working hard to ensure that all residents receive the same high level of connectivity.
For more information on travelling in and around Cambridgeshire go to the Traveline website.