Trains to Milton Keynes: There are frequent trains from/to London. It takes 35 minutes by fast trains (Virgin) and around an hour by slower trains (Silverlink). Peak ticket to London is around 32 pounds and off-peak/weekend will cost you around GBP 12.50. This includes a 6 zone London travelcard.
Milton Keynes Train Station
Milton Keynes is situated on the West Coast Main Line, which served Bletchley railway station and Wolverton railway station before the development of Milton Keynes. These stations are now only served by local services, and the Milton Keynes Central station has been developed between these and serves the city center. The Marston Vale Line branches from the WCML at Bletchley and has two stations: Fenny Stratford railway station and Bow Brickhill railway station.
The M1 motorway runs to the east of the city and is served by junctions 13, 14, and 15A. The A5 road runs through the west of the city. Other main roads include the A509, which links Milton Keynes with Wellingborough and Kettering, and the A421 which goes west to Buckingham and east to Bedford.
Trains to Milton Keynes / Stops
Many coaches stop at the Milton Keynes Coachway, beside M1 Junction 14, near a park and ride car park, about three miles (5 km) from the center (3.5 miles from MK Central station).
Milton Keynes is served by routes 6 and 51 on the National Cycle Network.
The nearest international airport is London Luton Airport. There is a direct rail connection to Birmingham International Airport. There is an aerodrome at Cranfield (10 km from CMK). The Grand Union Canal passes between Bradwell and New Bradwell via the Bradwell AqueductThe Grand Union Canal (London/Birmingham) provides a major axis in the design of Milton Keynes.
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