Winnersh park and ride has now replaced the Loddon Bridge park and ride.
The car park is located on the edge of Winnersh Triangle Business Park.
There are specially branded buses departing every 15 minutes to Reading town centre via the A329M.
Service runs Monday to Saturday with weekday service starting at 6.45am.
The last buses from Reading are at 6.48pm. However return park and ride tickets are accepted on Reading Buses Lion 4/X4 later then this.
Visit the Travel Reading Live website for full schedule details.
Parking and costs
To use the park and ride park in the car park next to Winnersh Triangle Station.
Paying for parking is incorporated into the price of the bus ticket. Bus tickets are printed with a unique barcode on the bottom to scan at the barrier to exit the car park.
For more details about bus fares visit Reading Buses website.
Concessionary pass holders can travel free on this service.
If you park and hold an age related concessionary pass a £1 parking ticket is required. You can buy a parking ticket on the bus from the driver.
Parking will cost £4 for everyone else. You can use the on-site machines to pay or pay by phone. You'll need to enter your vehicle registration number when paying.
The car park uses automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) technology.
Any lost tickets will be subject to the daily £4 parking charge.
Electric charging points
There are 2 rapid vehicle electric charging points in the car park.
These charging points have been set up using a grant from the office of low emission vehicles (Department for Transport).
These 2 charging points are as close to Junction 10 of the M4 as possible.
The chargers are capable of recharging an electric vehicle to 80 percent capacity in 30 minutes.
The cost of charging vehicles is priced in kWh (kilo Watt hours) and is 25p per kWh.