Travelling to Milton Keynes couldn't be easier. Our central location within the UK means that we are accessible from many transport routes. The M1 is right on our doorstep and we are well served by both rail lines and airports.
Milton Keynes is built on a grid road system with major roads across the city numbered horizontally and vertically (H & V). Wide roads and dual carriageways mean that traffic congestion is virtually unknown. If you're travelling to Milton Keynes by car - you can use our interactive map below. Click on the red pin and then enter your postcode. Click 'Get Directions' and scroll down to get full driving directions from your postcode to Central Milton Keynes.
Park & Ride is available at The Coachway at M1 jct 14. There are many Pay & Display parking spaces within the city centre; the highest charges are 40p per 15 mins, although after 6pm it is FREE. You can also pay for parking via your mobile phone.
Milton Keynes has a comprehensive bus service. Bus travel guides are available free from libraries, civic offices and other information desks across the city. For further information visit www.arriva.co.uk
Access to Milton Keynes by train is very easy. We have a main rail station in Central Milton Keynes within easy access of the shopping areas and bus routes. The station is served by the West Coast Mainline which runs from London, Euston (just 35 minutes away) through MK to Birmingham and on to Manchester and then Scotland. Two services operate from the station; London Midland and Virgin Trains. For more information on train times CLICK HERE
The surrounding area is also well served with stations located at Wolverton, Bletchley, Fenny Stratford and Bow Brickhill.
Our central location within the UK means that Milton Keynes is easily served by a number of airports. London Luton is just a 30 minute drive away, whilst both London Heathrow and Birmingham International are around one hour away.