The Cambridge Ellis Machine Learning Summer Seminar will be held at the Department of Computer Science and Technology.
To find the optimal cycling route from anywhere in Cambridge, consult the CycleStreets journey planner. Cycle parking is available in front of the William Gates Building in the covered cycle park.
There are two regular bus services from the City Centre to the William Gates Building, and a third to the nearby P+R, 10 minutes’ walk away:
- Universal Bus
The Universal Bus runs between Madingley Road P+R, Cambridge train station, and Addenbrooke’s Hospital via the West Cambridge Site and the City Centre. There is a stop outside the William Gates Building. See the route timetable.
Ticket prices are £2.20 for a one-way journey, £3 for a return journey, and £1 for a one-way trip for University card holders who show their card at purchase.
- Citi 4 Bus
The Citi 4 bus operates from Cambridge city centre with a stop outside the Veterinary School on Madingley. For Citi bus timetable details, visit the Stagecoach website.
- Madingley Road Park and Ride
This P+R service runs between Madingley Road and the City Centre. The bus terminates at the Madingley Road P+R Site which is approximately 10 minutes’ walk from the William Gates Building.
For further route and timetable information, visit the County Council website.
For more information about all three bus services, see the links from the Bus Services page maintained by the Estate Management and Building Service.
All national bus services currently stop in Parkside (by Parker’s Piece park). From here you will need either to take a taxi or walk to Drummer Street and catch a Citi 4 local bus.
Tip: If your bus (e.g., the X5 from Oxford, or coach from Stansted or Heathrow airport) stops at the Madingley Road Park and Ride Site, which is only 800m west of the Computer Laboratory, then getting off there is far faster and more convenient than going to the City Centre followed by the 3 km back out.
The William Gates Building is located on JJ Thomson Avenue at the West Cambridge site. Use the maps above to plan your journey.
Visitor parking is available in the visitor car park at the front of the William Gates Building. Parking is very limited, and is offered on a first come, first served basis. Please register your vehicle with reception upon arrival.
Alternatively, free parking is available at the Madingley Road Park and Ride site. This is approximately a 10 minutes’ walk from the Department.
From Cambridge train station
Cambridge train station is located one mile south-east of the City Centre. The Universal Bus operates a direct link from the train station to the West Cambridge Site.
Places To Eat
- There are a number of good restaurants on Regent Street.
- Japas– Sushi
- Sala Thong– Thai
- Millworks– Mediterranean