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Getting around

Green Park offers excellent travel access by road, rail and bus.

Trains

Reading
Oxford 23 minutes
London Paddington 24 minutes
Bristol 53 minutes
Birmingam 92 minutes

Our local station is Reading, just 8 minutes away, and one of the best-connected stations outside London. Direct train services run to key destinations for commuting and business.

Shuttle buses run to Green Park from the town centre and the rail station every 10 minutes at peak times.

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Buses

The easiest way to get to and from Reading is to ride the Greenwave – Green Park’s fleet of low emission, eco friendly buses. Available every 10 minutes during peak hours Monday to Friday. Travel within Green Park is free.

Download Greenwave timetable

Route 63 travels between Mereoak Park & Ride and Green Park, cutting out the A33 car journey for drivers. The service stops at Lime Square on South Oak Way and costs £3.50 return, including parking at Mereoak.

Download Mereoak Park and Ride timetable

Cars and Motorcycles

Green Park has direct access to the M4 at Junction 11, giving your employees, clients and partners a smooth road right to your doorstep.

Each office in the park comes with allocated parking spaces based on size. There are also plenty for visitors to our Conference Centre.

Cycling

There’s a network of cycle paths in and around Reading. Green Park is located on National Route number 23 which connects with NCN4 into central Reading or south to Basingstoke.

Green Park has traffic free routes to Reading town centre, either going along the Foudry Brook and River Kennet, or along the A33. A map of the local routes is available from reception in our managed buildings or on this link.

At Green Park we are already promoting environmentally friendly ways to travel. We are also thinking to the future, planning initiatives that will serve the transport needs of those living and working in the area during the years to come.

There is a number of cycling related discounts for bike purchases, accessories and servicing with easitNETWORK.

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Green Park Station

The wheels are in motion for Green Park Train Station! With Balfour Beatty appointed to undertake the work, the station will add a fantastic facility for our business community on Green Park, as well as residents of Green Park Village and supporters of Reading Football Club.

The new station is predicted to create up to 7,500 new jobs and 1,500 new homes by improving access to Green Park in addition to the Greenwave buses already running. The main purpose of the train station is to improve transport links for commuters. Once built, the station will become a new top on the existing Reading to Basingstoke line, with two trains per hour. Travellers will be able to reach Reading in six minutes, Basingstoke in 20, Paddington in 40 (via Reading), Canary Wharf in 60 (once the Crossrail is in place), and Southampton in 60 (via Basingstoke).

This will improve the accessibility of the area and serve all local commuters, business and residents’ needs from Summer 2019.