Nuclear Energy Group

Engineering Dept, Trumpington St, Cambridge CB2 1PZ

physor2020@esc.cam.ac.uk
+44 (0)1223 339977

PHYSOR 2020 will be hosted by the University of Cambridge and its Nuclear Energy Research Group within the Department of Engineering, supported by University of Birmingham.

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Transportation

BY PLANE

Stansted Airport is the main international airport near Cambridge with regular flights from many European destinations. There is a regular train service between Stansted and Cambridge that takes about 30 minutes.

https://www.stanstedairport.com
 

Luton Airport is about 40 miles (65 km) from Cambridge. There is no train connection from Luton Airport to Cambridge, but there is a National Express coach service departing from just outside the terminal building. It takes about 1.5 hours to reach Cambridge.


https://www.london-luton.co.uk
 

London Heathrow Airport and Gatwick Airport are located just over 2 hours by train from Cambridge.


https://www.heathrow.com
https://www.gatwickairport.com

BY TRAIN

There is a fast and frequent rail service from London King’s Cross and London Liverpool Street through to Cambridge. There are excellent connections from Scotland & the North via Peterborough, and regional services from Birmingham & the Midlands, East Anglia, and the Northwest.

http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/


From Cambridge Train Station

Bus Cambridge train station is less than 3 miles away from the conference venue. There is a regular bus service that runs throughout the city. For more information on Cambridge buses, visit:

https://www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk

You can take the Universal U bus, from the train station towards Eddington, to Pembroke Street bus station. The bus station located 3-minutes walk from the conference venue center at Corpus Christi college.

http://www.go-whippet.co.uk/

MyBusTrip is a useful app for buses time table in Cambridge city area (availbable for Android and iOS)


Taxi Corpus Christi college is a 10-minute taxi ride from the train station. A taxi rank is located just outside the station.

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BY CAR

From the M11 (from the south) Exit Junction 13
Please note: There is no exit southbound at Junction 13 on M11. See directions below for A14 (from the north west).
At the end of the slip road, turn right onto Madingley Road. Continue toward the City Centre.

From the A428 (from the west)
After the blue pedestrian bridge, exit the A428, crossing the roundabout onto the A1303 signed for Cambridge. Pass the American War Cemetery on your left and continue toward the City Centre, crossing the M11. 

 

From the A14 (from the northwest; not suitable for vehicles over 6'6"/2 m wide), take junction 31 off A14 (just as it meets the M11). Follow signs to Cambridge along A1307, keeping in the right-hand lane. Continue toward Cambridge City Centre, traveling along Huntingdon Road. Pass Girton College and Hotel Felix on your left. Follow, the same instructions as in the A14 from the east direction bellow, from the Museum of Cambridge.


From the A14 (from the east; not suitable for vehicles over 6'6"/2 m wide)
Take the third exit signposted for Cambridge. At the top of the slip road, take the first exit signposted Cambridge (B1049). Follow this road for approximately 2 km, reaching the T-junction at the end. Turn right and immediately left through two sets of traffic lights. You are on the A1307 heading toward City centre. Continue straight till the next traffic light next to the museum of Cambridge, and take a right. Continue driving straight, through the round about as well. Now you are on Queen's road. While continuing driving on Queen's road, on your left, you will be passing Trinity, Kings and Queens colleges. Take a left to Silver street and pass over the the river Cam. At the end of this street you will reach the conference venue at Corpus Christi.

 

NOTE: Parking in the city centre of Cambridge is problematic. We strongly suggest to look at the Park & Ride services 

http://cambridgeparkandride.info/