Girton to Cambridge
The route begins at the Girton Interchange joining the A14 and M11 together, along with the A428 and this road. Access to this road, however, is restricted. Access is only from the A14 Southbound, towards the M11 and A14(E), and not from the M11, A14(W) and A428. If the Girton Interchange is studied further, there is a small slip road bearing right off the A1307(S) in the beginnings of the central reservation. This is to provide access to "The Ave", short for "The Avenue", a minor road just left off the slip road onto the A14(W). This road leads to Maddingley. It could potentially be used as a tuning point back onto the A14, however, this is not it's reccomended route.
After the Girton Interchange, the road heads southbound to Cambridge city centre, through a suburb called Girton. It passes the Girton College, the first property of Cambridge University. A bus lane runs parralell to the road, with cyclist access permitted.
To the right of the road is scenery, but to the left of the road is a built up suburb. The road rapidly reaches the city centre, with housing replacing much of the scenery.
The road leads to the ring road, after passing the major attraction, the Kettles Yard Gallery, an art gallery with a different perspective, created by Jim Ede to provide a different artistic perspective on everything in there for university art students.
The A1134 is the Cambridge Ring Road. Opposite the A1307 at the Junction with the ring road is Magdeline Street. This road does permit access, but many roads in Cambridge City Centre are open to buses only. This road diverts towards the famous Jesus Green, then returns to a central road, Sydney Street, which will lead out on the A1307 again. This route is not advised, as the streets are narrow, and have many pedestrians walking on them, buses stopping and cyclists.
To get around Cambridge, it is advised that one uses the A1134 and reach the A603, the southern ring road of Cambridge, and rejoin the A1307 opposite Regent Street.
Cambridge to A11
The route leaves Cambridge Southbound after passing the Our Lady Church. Note the blackened walls against the road, this is from soot from the vast amounts of traffic that pass through the city on this route.
The road then passes Cambridge Railway Station. On both the Northbound and Southbound side, there are cycle lanes.
The A1307 looking towards Cambridge