Park & Ride and Coachway
National Express are introducing a reduced service from 1 July 2020. The building will remain closed. Please purchase tickets online where possible. Visit the National Express Website or National Express Twitter Page for further details and updates. Milton Keynes Coachway is currently not being staffed.
Coachway Contact Details
Milton Keynes Coachway
Tel: 08717 818181
Park & Ride Bus Service
The PlatinumMK 300 service, operated by Arriva, links Park & Ride with the City Centre and Milton Keynes Central Rail Station, every 20 minutes during the day Monday to Saturday and every 30 minutes on Sunday. There is a special day-return fare on service 300 of £2 for passengers boarding at Milton Keynes Coachway. Each adult fare-payer can take one accompanied child, age 15 or under, free of charge. Park & Ride return tickets are valid on the date of issue only.
The PlatinumMK 300 buses provide a comfortable alternative to finding a parking space in the City Centre, with low-floor easy access space for wheelchairs and buggies, air conditioning and free Wi-Fi connection.
Other Bus Services from Milton Keynes Coachway
In addition to service 300, MK Coachway is also served by the following bus routes:
- Stagecoach service X5 (Oxford to Cambridge), providing direct links to Bedford
- Vale Travel services 24/25, providing Monday to Saturday daytime links to Newport Pagnell and Bletchley
- University Bus services C1/C10/C11, providing links throughout the week to Cranfield and Bedford
For further details of these bus services please visit our Bus Timetables page.
Parking at Milton Keynes Coachway
Parking at MK Coachway has 350 FREE spaces, and users parking there for coach journeys may leave their vehicles for the duration of their journey. The car park is covered by CCTV and has received a Park Mark award for secure parking, but please be aware that there are no security patrols and any vehicle is left at the owner's risk.
Information on coach services can be found on the National Express website.
Last Updated: 23 September 2021