High Wycombe Coachway

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The High Wycombe Coachway is a coachway interchange close to junction 4 of the M40 motorway to the west of High Wycombe[1] opened on 16 January 2016.[2] Prior to its establishment, some 150 coaches on the Oxford to London coach route passed High Wycombe each day without stopping because it would cause too much delay for other passengers were they to go via the town centre. The concept is based on the very successful Milton Keynes Coachway next to Junction 14 of the M1 and other coachway interchanges.

National Express Services[edit]

The following National Express services started stopping at High Wycombe Coachway from Monday 18 January 2016.Cite error: The <ref> tag has too many names (see the help page).

Route Number Origin Intermediate stops Destination Daily Frequency (each direction) Operator
210 Gatwick Airport Heathrow Airport, High Wycombe, Warwick Parkway, Coventry, Birmingham Airport, Birmingham, Bearwood, Dudley Wolverhampton 6
410 Shrewsbury Telford, Wolverhampton, Walsall, Gorse Farm, Dudley, Birmingham, High Wycombe, Marble Arch London Victoria 2
460 Stratford-Upon-Avon Warwick, Leamington Spa, Coventry, High Wycombe, Golders Green, Finchley Road, Baker Street, Marble Arch London Victoria 2
592 Aberdeen Dundee, Glasgow, Hamilton, Carlisle, Sandbach Services, Norton Canes Services, High Wycombe, Heathrow Airport London Victoria 1 (pick-up Northbound/drop-off Southbound)
737 Stansted Airport Hatfield, Luton Airport, Hemel Hempstead, High Wycombe (Coachway), High Wycombe (Town), Stokenchurch Oxford 8 daily


  1. ^ "Planning application for a coachway park and ride, business and hotel development". Wycombe District Council. 2009-12-24. Retrieved 2010-01-29.
  2. ^ "Opening Report". Bucks Free Press. 2016-01-15. Retrieved 2016-01-24.

External links[edit]

M40 Coachway (Ideas in Transit)