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To keep Milton Park a green and pleasant environment, we encourage sustainable travel.
There are lots of options for getting here: bus, cycle, train and car share.
We can help you plan your journey and you can find real-time information for travelling to and from Milton Park

Contact Milton Park's travel advisor,
Veronica Reynolds

Travelling by bus

Milton Park operates a dedicated Shuttle Bus to and from Didcot Parkway station, offering people who work at the park and visitors a frequent, low-cost service. 
Staff based on the park can buy a shuttle bus pass for just £20 a year.
Visitor fares are £2 for a single trip or £3 for a return and the bus leaves from bus stop R1 at Didcot Parkway and stops (at Station Road just before turning onto Foxhall Road) and along Lyndene Road, then stops 14, 8, 7, 5, 4 and 2 at Milton Park. See route Map
You can download the timetable and route map as PDFs and buy your annual pass online.
To subscribe to maintenance and delay updates, please text MILTON to 07716 711 744.
Milton Park is also served by local bus routes with connections to nearby towns. 
- X2/NX (connector) Oxford - Abingdon - Milton Park - Didcot - Wallingford 
- X32/X33/33 (connector) Oxford - Abingdon - Didcot - Harwell - Wantage
- 99 (connector) Great Western Park - Milton Park
More information and timetables can be found through Thames Travel's website or plan your journey with their handy Journey Planner.
 
View the shuttle bus route map

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Travelling by bike

Milton Park is set to make cycling easier and safer. There are cycle paths linking it to the surrounding towns of Didcot, Abingdon, Oxford and the villages between as well as a dedicated cycle path on the south side of Park Drive.
Most buildings have cycle storage, and cycle maintenance stations are located throughout the park.
Plan your route

Milton Park also has a bike loan scheme which is completely free for all occupiers. There are bike loan stations across the park for the 18 bikes and 6 ebikes available and bikes can even be left at nearby Didcot Parkway train station.
Bike Loan
Milton Park has easy to hire bikes available across the Park, all of which can be unlocked through a handy app. To hire a bike, you need to download the Donkey Republic app from IOS or Android and follow the INSTRUCTIONS. Make sure you register using your Milton Park work email address as the system will recognise that and not charge you for rental.
You can download a PDF of the full instructions for how to hire a bike.
If you need any further information or are having problems registering, please email Veronica Reynolds
View local bike routes

Travelling by train

The nearest station is Didcot Parkway which is only five minutes by bus from Milton Park. There are fast and frequent connections to London Paddington, Oxford, Reading, Bristol, Swindon and Bath.
Didcot Parkway street view

Travelling by Car Share


Wherever possible, visitors and people who work at Milton Park are encouraged to use alternative travel options.
Milton Park operates a secure Car Share scheme available to all staff.
Parking at Milton Park is restricted but you can get preferential parking if you car share - find someone to share with.

If you are using your own vehicle, visitors' overflow car parking is available. View the overflow car parking map. 
 

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Customer Testimonials

As a regular user of the Milton Park Bus Service between Didcot Rail Station and Milton Park I just wanted to say thank you for the great service & express my appreciation of the exceptional cleanliness and professionalism of the drivers, especially on my normal 0742 service. It makes such a difference to travel on such a professional service.

Ann

User of the shuttle bus service

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Travelling to Milton Park