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Getting to Reading campuses by bus – University of Reading

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Getting to Reading campuses by bus

Once you arrive at the train station you can walk or cycle to either campus, please see instructions left. If you choose to take a taxi or bus, the bus stops and taxi rank can be found outside the station. A taxi will cost you approximately £8 and a single bus journey will cost you £1.90 (return £3.60. You will need the exact money as the buses do not give change).

The buses that run from the train station to the University are as follows:

To Whiteknights campus (Shinfield Road)

Numbers 9 or 21* 

To Whiteknights campus (Earley Gate)

Numbers 17 (frequent) or 19a, 19b, 19c (3 per hour)

To London Road campus

Numbers 9 or 21

*Please note: The number 9 stops at the Shinfield Road entrance and that the number 21 stop on campus (White Knights House and Pepper Lane entrance).

Further information about travelling to the University by bus from the surrounding area is available from the Reading Buses website.

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