Easy access by road across the UK to cities, ports and airports

Easy Access

Major Centres

London (M4)

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58 mins

Birmingham (M40)

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1 hour 56 mins

Leicester (M1 M40)

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2 hours 8 mins

Nottingham (M1)

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2 hours 32 mins

Leeds (M1)

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3 hours 34 mins

Manchester (M1)

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3 hours 35 mins



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Gatwick (via M25)


Luton (via M25)

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Stanstead (via M25)

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Birmingham (via M40)

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East Midlands (via M40 and M1)

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Southampton (M3)


59 mins

Portsmouth (A3)

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1 hour 11 mins


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1 hours 52 mins

Felixstowe (A12 M25)

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2 hours 27 mins

Road Access

Bracknell commercial area is located in Bracknell, a town in Berkshire, England. It lies 11 miles to the southeast of Reading, 10 miles southwest of Windsor and 30 miles west of central London.


It is comprised of the Western Business Area  (Known as Bracknell West) and the Southern Business Area (Bracknell South) separated  by the A329, (Berkshire Way)


Road access from the North and West is via the M4 and the A329(M), and from the South and East is via the M3 and the A322


Wokingham Road is a boundary to the North,  the A329 and A3095 are the boundaries to the east


Public Transport

Bus Routes

Bus routes run from Bracknell, Wokingham and Reading to the Western and Southern Areas, see here  for timetables.


Two bus companies  provide regular bus services via the 4Lion and X4Lion (Reading Buses) and the 108/150/151/171/172 (Courtney Buses)


There are stops at Bracknell Western Area, Eathampstead Road, Milbank Way and The Arena (on Western Road) and Bracknell Southern Area at Ellesfield Avenue- Lovelace Road


Bracknell railway station is 32 miles 24 chains (52.0 km) down the line from London Waterloo. The station, and all trains serving it, are operated by South Western Railway. It is on the Waterloo to Reading line.


The rail and bus station are located next to each other in Bracknell town centre and are approximately a 20 minute walk from the heart of the Southern and Western Areas.

Walking and Cycling

For local employees there is a good network of paths and cyclepaths serving the BID area. A map of the cyclepath network can be found here

Travel safely during Covid

During Covid, although public transport is safe to use, there are restrictions in place to keep users safe which is affecting capacity on both buses and trains. Bracknell Forest Council  are therefore asking  public transport users to consider the 4 Rs when planning their journey to work;

  • Reduce – avoid unnecessary journeys
  • Re-time –  change travel patterns to avoid the traditional peak periods
  • Re-mode – switch to active modes such as walking and cycling where feasible
  • Re-route – avoid congested places where possible

Social distancing, face coverings and hand washing are all recommended (or mandatory) when using public transport

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