Welcome to St Modwen Business Park Travel Plan Site.
This page is designed to give you the best, easiest, and most up-to-date information about travel and facilities in your area in order to make the most of what it has to offer! On this page you can find information relating to:
- Local Shops and centres
- Railway stations and information
- Bus stops/timetables/fares
- Cycle routes, shops and vouchers
- Events on in your local area
Much of the information is provided through direct links to other websites, ensuring that the information we give, and you use, is up to date.
The accessibility map below shows your local cycle links which lead right to your place of employment, the closest local bus routes and the local amenities you may require. There is easy access to the train station, with the bus route 12 stopping nearby, meaning your journey to work can be done in a sustainable manner.
There are a few Public Right of Way (PRoW) in the vicinity of St Modwen Business Park, with the closest being along eastern tip of the site. There are PRoW (013/10/2 and 013/10/3) which leads to Jays Close which then provides a footway leading to Cliddesden. If you are coming from Cliddesden area there is a footpath which provides access to the M3 footbridge which leads to Farleigh Road and PROW Footpath 1, which then allows for you to access the site to the south. Other routes shown provide links to facilities and amenities in the local area.
The National Cycle Route (NCR) 23 shown in the map below from Basingstoke and Deane Interactive map, is near the site, with other cycle routes shown in the first map, which provide access to the town/train station. There is plenty of parking available at St Modwen Business Park including sheltered cycle storage, meaning you can store your bike safely at work.
To ensure a clear route, make sure to plan before:
- Cycle routes available in the wider area can be found on the Sustrans website.
- For help planning visit: https://www.cyclestreets.net/journey/
- My journey Hampshire is also beneficial for journey planning: https://myjourneyhampshire.com/
Travelling by Train
The closest train station is Basingstoke Train Station. It is mainly served by South Western Railway (SWR) and Great Western Railway (GWR). The station includes a train ramp and there is step-free access to all platforms. Accessible ticket machines and wheelchairs are available at the station. Car parking provides 1,339 spaces in a multi-storey car park, with 18 electric vehicle charging points available. With there being 170 bike storage spaces, with there being sheltered bike storage. Providing key service to London, Weymouth and Exeter on frequent trains by SWR. With London to Basingstoke only taking 1h 7m. GWR connects Basingstoke to Reading in under 24 minutes.
Live departures and arrivals check: www.thetrainline.com/live
If you are travelling by bike but also need to use the train, why not check out PlusBike. A free resource tool to plan a seamless journey while travelling with your bike. Visit: https://www.nationalrail.co.uk/stations_destinations/PlusBike.aspx
Travelling by Bus
Closest bus stops are:
- Golden lion
- Cliddesden Road
A short walk from St. Modwen Park (north of the Golden Lion Roundabout) and are served by Stagecoach service 12 which runs hourly between Basingstoke and Hatch Warren from 07:05am to 19:15pm.
Why not download the Stagecoach Bus App, for live bus times and tickets. All you need is provided in one place, where you are able to plan your journey and save your favourites.
Further information on the app, timetables and pricing details can be found at www.stagecoachbus.com/
Other ways to Travel
Liftshare- If you travel to work by car sharing you can get priority parking, close to the building entrances at St. Modwen Park. By sharing your journey to work you will reduce the overall emissions, reduce the number of cars on the road and save money on petrol!
To offer or find a lift, visit www.liftshare.com/uk the national car sharing database.
Electric Charging Points in your area
St. Modwen Park has numerous electric vehicle charging points which are here for you to use. For other charging points in the area visit: http://www.zap-map.com/
If you’re looking to move to a electric cars, you can get a discount on brand new low-emission vehicles through a grant of up to £1500 that the Government gives to dealerships. To find out more visit www.gov.uk/plug-incar-van-grants.
|Journey Planner for the local area||https://myjourneyhampshire.com/|
|Public transport planner||https://www.traveline.info/|
|Cycle||http://www.cyclestreets.net/ http://www.sustrans.org.uk/ncn/map http://www.halfords.com/cycling|
|Rail||http://www.southernrailway.com/ http://www.thetrainline.com/ http://www.gwr.com/ http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/|
|Traffic information||https://one.network/ http://www.theaa.com/ https://www.traffic-update.co.uk/traffic/basingstoke.asp|