Cambridge to airport taxi
Cambridge Stansted airport taxi £42
Cambridge Heathrow airport taxi £92
Cambridge Gatwick airport taxi £117
Cambridge Luton airport taxi £70
Cambridge-London City airport taxi £77
Cambridge-London City and Eurostar Cambridge taxi £100
Cambridge Southend airport taxi £95
Cambridge Norwich airport taxi £90
Cambridge Birmingham airport taxi £130
Cambridge East Midland airport taxi £130
Airport to Cambridge taxi
Stansted airport Cambridge taxi £52
Heathrow airport Cambridge taxi £110
Gatwick Airport Cambridge taxi £130
Luton Airport Cambridge taxi £80
London City airport Cambridge taxi £88
London City and Eurostar taxi £110
Southend airport Cambridge taxi £105
Norwich airport Cambridge taxi £100
Birmingham airport Cambridge taxi £130
East Midland airport Cambridge taxi £130
This Cambridge taxi airport price list is also valid for villages Trumpington, Bottisham, Grantchester, Chesterton, Fen Ditton, Cherry Hinton, Teversham, Girton, Barton, Coton, Fulbourn, Milton, Histon, Impington, and Madingley.
Cambridge city is a university city. Cambridge is also an administrative city of Cambridgeshire in England. Population in Cambridge is over a hundred thirty thousand and in Cambridge study thirty thousand students. Cambridge is also known as the heart of the high-technology.
Cambridge is a university city and also the administrative centre of the county of Cambridgeshire in England. It lies in East Anglia 50 miles which are 80 km north of capital city London. Its main transport links are the M11 directly road to London, the A14 east-west road and also the West Anglia Main Line railway important line to London. Because Cambridge of its rapid growth in the 20th century, Cambridge city has a congested road networks. Several main roads intersect at Cambridge. The M11 high volume motorway from east London terminates to the north-west of the city where it directly joins the A14. Skirting the northern edge Cambridge and the A14 is a major freight route which connects the ports of Felixstowe on the east coast of the Midlands and North Wales, the west coast and also Ireland. The A14 is often congested and particularly the section between Huntingdon and also Cambridge where the east–west traffic is systematically merged with the A1 to M11 it is north–south traffic on a 2-lane dual carriageway. Cambridge is situated on the A10 which is a former Roman road from north London to Ely and also King's Lynn. The A428 connects the Cambridge city with Bedford and St Neots, and also the A1303 to Newmarket and beyond to town Colchester.
Some roads around the Cambridge city have been designated as still forming a ring road about a mile and a half in diameter and inside which there are some traffic restrictions. There are five small council car parks in the city centre. There are also very limited numbers of some metred bays offering to park for up to 1–8 hours across the city. Parking in Cambridge is very expensive. As a university and colleagues town lying on the fairly flat ground and with really high traffic congestion, Cambridge has a really large number of cyclists. Some residents also still prefer cycling to driving in the narrow, in Cambridge very busy streets, giving the city of Cambridge the highest level of cycle use in the UK. According to the official 2001 census, 25% of Cambridge residents travelled to work or school by bicycle. A few roads within the city are adapted for cycling, including some separate traffic lights for cycle lanes and cycle contraflows on the Cambridge streets which are otherwise one-way; the Cambridge city also benefits from parks which have several shared use paths. There are, however, not separated cycle paths within the city centre. Despite the really high levels of cycling, expenditure to cycling infrastructure is around the UK national average of 0.3% level of the transport budget. There are several cycle routes in the surrounding countryside and also the city is now linked to the UK National Cycle Network. The main organisation always campaigning to improve conditions for just cyclists in Cambridge is the Cambridge Cycling Campaign. The Cambridge city was chosen as a Cycling Town by the Department for Transport in 2008, with much central government funding and also planned the expansion of cycling facilities in the city and also its surrounding villages. There was a really 5% increase in cycling from 2013 to 2014 - a significant increase of 88% since 2004. Bikes theft in the city is a big problem, with over 3000 bicycles reported stolen between just April 2005 and March 2006. At the moment, the actual numbers are believed really to be much higher as many thefts are even not reported to the police. Cambridge taxi is one of the main kinds of transport in Cambridge and taxi in Cambridge is considered as much more important transportation than in other cities. Cambridge has also significantly a high number of taxi drivers.