MK Park and Ride Bus Service
Driving your car into a town or city-centre can be expensive, time-consuming and stressful! However there is a great alternative in Milton Keynes, with free parking – the only cost is the fare.
Park and Ride at Milton Keynes Coachway is a great option for commuters, shoppers or visitors as an alternative to parking in the city centre. The PlatinumMK 300 service, operated by Arriva, links the Park and Ride with the city centre and Milton Keynes Central Station. These buses are frequent, every 15 minutes Mon-Sat, every 30 minutes on a Sunday. Easy to use and cost effective, parking is free and there is a special day-return fare of £2 for passengers. Free for accompanying children age 15 or under. And stay connected with free wif-fi.
Where can I park and ride in Milton Keynes?
Currently there is only one official park and ride site in Milton Keynes, located on the east side of the city just off J14 of the M1 and the A509. You can view the exact location on our interactive map.
Full address: Milton Keynes Coachway, Brook Furlong, Milton Keynes, MK16 0AA. You can use the postcode in our journey planner to help plan you trip.
Try Park and Pedal instead
From the same location at the MK Coachway, it is only 4 miles to cycle in to the city centre. Using the H6 Super Route, which links directly from the coachway to CMK, it should take around 20-30 minutes at a steady pace.