Green Travel Plan

Existing Public Transport Facilities

The site is served by a good bus network which connects all major towns in the local area including Eton, Slough, Maidenhead, Ascot, Bracknell and West London.

The site is serviced by two local bus routes; Routes 1 and 77, which can be accessed via bus stops on Clarence Road. Up to 5 buses per hour serve the site during the AM peak hour and up to 6 buses per hour serve the site during the PM peak hour.

The bus stops on Clarence Road are approximately 350 metres to the north of the site. There are also bus services which pass along St Leonard’s Road. These services can be accessed from bus stops immediately south of the junction of A332 Goslar Way with Alma Road, which is approximately 600 metres from the site.

Two railway stations serve Windsor; these are Windsor and Eton Central and Windsor and Eton Riverside. Windsor and Eton Central station is served by trains from Slough, Windsor and Eton Riverside station is served by trains from London Waterloo and both stations have good connections.

Non vehicular modes of transport

A good footway network exists in the vicinity of the site. The internal site layout will provide attractively landscaped boulevards running through both the centre of the site and on its northern boundary, linking the proposed development with the town centre and the adjacent recreation parkland.