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This September (2017) will see major changes at Eddington. From 1 September, the main road around the Development that links Huntingdon Road to Madingley Road will be open. For cars, the circuitous route takes in Eddington Avenue and Turing Way, whilst cyclists, pedestrians and public transport users can travel directly through Eddington Avenue. The Ridgeway cycle path will also open in part: from Bunker’s Hill in Girton towards Eddington, and from Storey’s Field to Storey’s Way. Sainsbury’s will be opening in the market square on 6 September. The community will be growing around us as more residents move into Eddington, after the first people moved in over the summer months. The homes for sale will also soon be launched from the marketing suite that Hill have built on Eddington Avenue. In light of these expansions, we urge parents and carers to travel to the school sustainably, utilising either the Universal Bus (details below) or new cyclist and pedestrian access routes. For families living some distance from the school, please consider breaking your journey in to components, coming by car part of the way and walking/cycling/scooting the last mile. There are a number of proven benefits for travelling actively to school including: children more ready to learn when they arrive, children meeting the recommended 60 minutes of exercise per day, learning road safety skills, avoiding the vehicle pollution from the car in front. In addition, more families walking to school means less vehicles outside the school gates and safer roads for families to walk. For more information visit: https://www.livingstreets.org.uk/what-we-do/walk-to-school (Why the walk to school matters).
On Friday the 8th September the Universal bus will commence service in Eddington. The Universal will link Eddington with West Cambridge, the city centre, the railway station and the Cambridge Biomedical Campus, including Addenbrooke’s. The bus will no longer stop at Madingley Park and Ride. There are bus stops located on Eddington Avenue: outside of Sainsbury’s and further down towards Madingley Road.
Buses will arrive up to every 15 minutes during the week and up to every 20 minutes on Saturdays. A full timetable can be found on the bus stops and attached below.
Tickets cost £1 per journey for University card holders, £2 per journey for those without University cards, and £3 per day for all customers.
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