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New and improved bus service starts from Wigan game

Routes from Aylesbury, Wing, Leighton Buzzard, Buckingham and Milton Keynes...

29 July 2017

MK Dons will be running a bus service for supporters during the 2017/18 season, starting with the season opener against Wigan Athletic.

The service will provide fans in Milton Keynes and the surrounding areas with an easy and affordable way to travel to and from Stadium MK on a matchday.

There will be two routes running, which will include pick-ups in Aylesbury, Leighton Buzzard, Wing and Buckingham, as well as three stops in Central Milton Keynes.

MK Dons Executive Director Andrew Cullen said: “The previous service was well received by supporters and therefore we are delighted to re-introduce it for the 2017/18 season.

“What’s more, we are now able to extend the service to our loyal supporters – and potential new Dons – in Aylesbury, Leighton Buzzard, Wing and Buckingham, as well as, of course, those in Milton Keynes.

“It’s hoped that this service will allow supporters to travel to and from Stadium MK in an easy and affordable way, which will only enhance their matchday experience.”

He added: “We’d like to thank Arriva for their help and support in ensuring this service can go ahead - we look forward to working with them.”

Route details:
MK1 – Aylesbury Bus Station, Bierton, Wing, Leighton Buzzard, Stadium MK
MK2 – Buckingham, Milton Keynes Central Railway Station, JD Wetherspoons (CMK), Central Milton Keynes The Point, Stadium MK

Full details to follow early next week.

Fares (returns):
Aylesbury - £5 adults, £3.50 children
Leighton Buzzard - £4 adults, £2.50 children
Buckingham/MKR/CMK (Day Pass) - £4.70 adults, £3.10 children

Full details to follow early next week.

Timings:
The services will ensure supporters arrival 45 minutes before weekend matches and 30 minutes before kick-off on weeknight matches. Departure will then be 20 minutes following the final whistle. Further details to be confirmed in due course.

Full details to follow early next week.


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