Getting here

Everything you need to know about travelling to and from Milton Park covering bus, cycle, train and car share.

We have three walking routes around the Park: red, blue and green route at 1.5km, 1.8km and 5.2km respectively

To help keep Milton Park a green and beautiful environment, we encourage sustainable travel wherever possible.

With foot, cycle, bus, train and car connections, Milton Park connects to Oxford, London and beyond.

Here you will find all the information you need to help with getting to and from Milton Park including maps to timetables.

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A shuttle bus to and from Didcot Parkway offers a frequent, low-cost service between 5am-11.30pm. Staff based on the Park can buy a subsidised annual £20 bus pass and from January 2021, this entitlement will be extended to a new “Didcot Zone”, covering Great Western Park and other areas around Didcot. Milton Park also has frequent bus services which are being extended with buses every 30 minutes from Oxford and Headington’s Life Sciences District and Wantage, and a faster route from Wantage and Grove.

Cycle paths link the Park to the surrounding towns of Didcot, Abingdon, Oxford and local villages Our bike loan scheme is free for all our customers. There are bike loan stations across the Park.

The nearest station is Didcot Parkway which is five minutes’ away with fast and frequent connections to London Paddington, Oxford, Reading, Bristol, Swindon and Bath.

Wherever possible, visitors and people who work at Milton Park are encouraged to use alternative travel options. We operate a secure car share scheme available to all staff.


As part of our Vision 2040, Milton Park is part of the Innovate UK consortium-led living lab project that is trialling autonomous vehicles in the area. The Mi-Link project will integrate autonomous vehicles including e-bikes, shuttles, buses and taxis with existing public transport so people can travel around more quickly and sustainably.

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