Visitor Travel Planning


Visiting Milton Keynes

If you are visiting Milton Keynes there are plenty of ways to travel to and within Milton Keynes without your car.

 

Travelling by train

Milton Keynes has a number of train stations within its boundary. Milton Keynes Central is located closest to the centre of Milton Keynes and is on the mainline between London Euston and Birmingham New Street. Other stations include Bletchley, Wolverton, Fenny Stratford, Woburn Sands and Bow Brickhill. Find out train times and routes by visiting: www.nationalrail.co.uk

You can also purchase a PLUSBUS add-on at the same time as your rail ticket allowing you same day unlimited bus travel across the whole of the urban area of Milton Keynes and Bletchley.

The website travelinesoutheast.org.uk provides useful public transport information across the South East of England.

 

Travelling by bus

Find local bus routes by visiting bus travel.

If you are travelling from further afield there are a number of National Express coaches connecting at Milton Keynes Coachway at M1 Junction 14 and a speedy Park and Ride service (Number 300) park & ride and coachway

 

Walking and cycling

We have over 300km of dedicated off-road walking and cycling pathways, known as the ‘Redways’  which our more active visitors may wish to make use of. Alongside these routes there are a number of leisure routes within the Borough to explore cycle routes and maps.

 

Parking

For those who travel by car there, information about where to park and car parking charges can be found at: parking.

We also have an extensive electric vehicle charge point network: electric vehicle charge points
 

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Last Updated: 21 May 2018