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Wokingham Town Centre

Wokingham town centre regeneration has begun. The changes taking place in the town centre may be the perfect opportunity for residents to start travelling differently. As well as avoiding traffic an alternative mode may save you money and improve your health. More information on the regeneration scheme can be found here.

 

Cycle

A number of cycle storage spots are located across Wokingham town centre including outside Waitrose, Barclays, HSBC, Nandos, Wokingham Library, Carnival Pool, Nuffield gym and Anytime Fitness gym.

If you’re new to cycling and would like to attend cycle training sessions, there are two classes that run in the borough. Classes are for beginner cyclists who may struggle with balance. The other cycle training sessions are aimed at residents who can ride but would like to increase their confidence on a bike and receive help with on-road cycling. A full list of events can be viewed here.

Cycle Streets route planner is a tool for both beginner and advanced cyclists to use to plan a cycle journey, visit the Cycle Streets planner here.

Walk

Walking is one of the easiest ways to integrate exercise into your life. Walking is classed as a moderate-intensity activity which counts towards your recommended 150 minutes of weekly exercise.

Make the walk into a challenge by counting your steps on your smartphone. The 10,000 steps day challenge was created by the NHS and encourages people to walk 10,000 steps a day. Find out more here.

A map of the Wokingham town centre area can also be found on the download section of this page.

Rail travel

Wokingham train station is a 5 minute walk from Wokingham town centre and is served by South West Trains and Great Western Railway.

Travel times to Wokingham from nearby locations are below:

Winnersh

3 mins

Bracknell

6 mins

Reading

9 – 15 mins

Guildford

25 – 34 mins

 Train discounts

Wokingham is located within the Southeast Network rail area which means rail users can save up to 1/3 off journeys by using the Network Rail discount card. More information on the scheme can be found here.

Bus travel

A range of buses serve Wokingham town centre, a list of buses and destinations can be found in the table below. Links to the full timetables can be found on the bus timetable page here.

Bus Number

Operators

Destinations

121

Courtney

Norreys – Broad Street - Tesco

122/123

Courtney

Woosehill – Wokingham – Finchampstead - Crowthorne

124

Courtney

Woosehill – Broad Street – Waterloo Road

125/125A/125B

Courtney

Wokingham –Crowthorne

128/129

Courtney

Wokingham – Twyford - Reading

151

Courtney

Wokingham –– Bean Oak – Binfield - Bracknell

151A

Courtney

Wokingham – Norreys Estate – Bean Oak – Binfield - Bracknell

Lion 4/x4

Reading Buses

Bracknell – Wokingham - Reading

Leopard 3

Reading Buses

Reading – RB Hospital – Shinfield – Arborfield Garrison – California Crossroads - Wokingham