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Reading Studio’s address:

Kings Road

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How to find us:

By Foot

Kings Road (Reading College site) is easily accessible from Reading town centre and local towns such as Wokingham, Bracknell and Maidenhead.

By Bus

There are regular bus services that stop along Kings Road:

Reading Buses – routes 13, 14, 17
Please Note: Reading buses require the exact fare.

Arriva – routes 800, 850
First Group – route 190
Thames Travel – routes 126, 127

For more information including timetables, visit the bus company websites.

In partnership with Reading Buses, students can get a weekly Travelcard at a reduced rate by showing the driver their student ID card.

Service RC1 and RC2 will run once daily according to an agreed timetable on 175 days of each academic year connecting the college with Slough, Maidenhead and the areas in between.

By Rail

Reading train station is a 20 minute walk from the College.

Travelling from surrounding areas: there are direct lines from many local stations including: Didcot, Slough, Maidenhead, Wokingham, Basingstoke, Newbury, Pangbourne, Twyford and Earley.

Travelling from London: there are regular trains from London Paddington to Reading taking 25-30 minutes.

By Bike

There are a large number of bike racks if you plan to cycle to College.

There are 13 different cycle routes you can use. The routes link together through central Reading, to form a network encompassing the Reading Borough Council area and beyond.

By Road

Kings Road is about 10 minute drive from the M4 and is easily accessed from Junctions 10 and 11. Visitor car parking is available and it is advisable to book this in advance through the member of staff you are visiting.

There is a limited amount of car park space for students who live further than four miles from the college. These spaces are allocated on a first come first served basis. Priority is given to those with disabilities affecting mobility.