Travel & Transport

 


Walks

We can recommend four scenic walks around the parish, from a 30 minute tour suitable for wheelchair users and pushchairs; up to a challenging 7 mile countryside adventure! Don’t forget to keep an eye out for hidden treasure!

Parish Village Walks Leaflet

County Public Rights of Way Map

For more details, please see Public rights of way and countryside access. There are also plenty of walks in the Cambridge area to enjoy.


By Bus


Haslingfield has three bus routes through the village:

Go Whippet logo
Go-Whippet Service 75Timetable, Map
Five buses a day to and from Cambridge (Monday to Saturday).
Call 01954 230011 or visit http://www.go-whippet.co.uk

Route 75 April 2016

Stagecoach logo
Stagecoach Bus Service 27Timetable, Map
One bus a day to and from Cambridge (Monday to Friday).
Call 01223 433 250 or visit www.stagecoachbus.com
C G Myall & Son logo
C G Myall & Son Service 15Timetable, PDF, Map
One bus a week to and from Royston (Wednesday only). Call 01763 243225.

There are no bus services after 7pm or on Sundays and Bank Holidays. Finding the correct bus stop can be difficult so we have provided a basic map below –  you can also click on the above ‘Map’ links for bus stops locations.
Bus stops in Haslingfield map

Other bus routes nearby are:


Other Local & National Travel Resources

A new bus service was launched on Tuesday 7 April 2015. The new ‘R’ service will run every 15 minutes at peak times – 6.00-9.30am and 4.45-8.45pm – during week days from the Trumpington P&R site to the railway station via the guided bus route.

The cost of a daily return ticket is £3.20 and a weekly ticket is £13.50. Further savings can be made by purchasing four-weekly and monthly tickets online for £52 and £47.40 respectively. The new service will provide a cost-effective alternative commute, particularly for people who currently drive into Cambridge from the south and park at the railway station for up to £9.20 a day.

Details of the timetable are here.

 

The Cambridgeshire County Council has comprehensive transport information including real-time bus information and details about Park & Ride, the Guided Bus, Bus Pass Information, as well as cycling and disabled access information.

Cambridge Dial-a-Ride is a charitable organisation which provides transport for groups and individuals who otherwise have difficulty accessing public transport. It offers this service on week days in the City of Cambridge and the villages, including Haslingfield.

Other useful links for travel throughout Cambridgeshire and the UK:

Comments (7)

  • Harry

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    Does anyone know whereabouts on the high street the bus stop for the ’26’ service is? Going from Royston to Cambridge.

    Thanks

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  • Steve Edmondson

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    Sadly this is not an unusual occurrence.
    Whippet have sold their 95 year old family bus business to Tower Transit, which operates in major Australian cities. More recently it bought into the UK London bus network by purchasing three strategic ‘First Bus Group’ depots.
    Interestingly, Tower Transit were involved in the Adelaide guided busway.
    It remains to be seen how this newcomer to public transport in Cambridgeshire will affect the hitherto virtual monopoly which Stagecoach enjoy at the moment.
    A revised timetable for the 75 will start on 26th July. It is not clear if this is a result of the recent rural bus consultation, or just tinkering by the new owners of Whippet.

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  • Amanda

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    Have checked the timetable on the Whippet site, and it certainly does include a bus from Drummer Street to Haslingfield leaving at 16.00, so it may be worth checking with the bus company itself, or maybe someone else reading your comment can throw some light on it. Amanda

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  • Jean Hughes

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    Yesterday, my plan was, to catch the no.75 bus from Cambridge Bus station to Haslingfield. (My Son and family live in Haslingfield) . Therefore, before my visit, had looked up times and thought I would arrange to get the 16.00 hr from Cambridge bus Garage. However, while waiting for Bus. I then confirmed times and the number from your Time Table next to Bay 4.
    Unfortunately for me, The 75 Bus never arrived and literally I was left stranded. and no one around to ask, is there an explanation ? Or did I look at the bus timetable wrong. ?

    Yours Truly. Jean Hughes

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  • Steve Edmondson

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    There are at last some moves on the local bus changes, No75.
    To view all Reports related to our area you can visit the Cambridge Future Transport website at http://www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/cft and click on ‘Working with the Community’ and scroll down to Area G.
    Comments are invited, so please take time to read the options, and respond by Tuesday 30th September. It’s our bus, lets do our best to get it right!

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  • Steve Edmondson

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    Sadly the confusion described by Donald Judge is not uncommon.
    Bus services in rural areas of Cambridgeshire have been neglected to the point where they cannot be relied upon. We are a mere 6miles from the centre of one of the most economically successful cities in the UK, yet accessing that city is for most ordinary people an expensive challenge. A convenient, well defined and fully regulated service is desperately needed.
    Until our elected representatives take this matter seriously, driving a car will be the only viable way to get around the area thereby perpetuating the traffic problems we know only too well.

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  • Donald Judge

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    Total confusion with the 75 to Cambridge at 11.34 on 5.9.13 and 9.34 on 6.9.13 – not to mention the advertised 1820 from Cambridge on 5.9.,13, which never showed up!

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