Madingley Road is a major arterial road linking central Cambridge, England with Junction 13 of the M11 motorway. It passes by West Cambridge, a major new site where some University of Cambridge departments are[when?] being relocated.
The road is designated the A1303. At the eastern end, the A1303 continues as Northampton Street, then Chesterton Lane and Chesterton Road. There is a junction with the A1134 (Queen's Road) to the south.
At the Cambridge (east) end of the road, there are a number of large detached residences.
The village of Coton is south of the western end of Madingley Road.
The following are located on or close to Madingley Road:
The following have lived on or close to Madingley Road:
One of the last known stands in England of rare semi-mature Plot elms, the Madingley Road elms descended from those described by botanists Elwes and Henry in 1913 and studied by R. H. Richens in 1960, was destroyed by Cambridge City Council for road-widening, between about 2007 and 2014.