Buses from Reading Railway Station stop frequently by St Joseph's and several buses from around Reading stop within walking distance of the College. Some of these routes are outlined below; however please visit Reading Buses for further details on routes available from your area.
Route 22: Caversham - Central Reading - Royal Berkshire Hospital - St Joseph's - Lower Earley
Route 62: Woodley - St Joseph's -Royal Berkshire Hospital - Reading Station via Earley-Bulmershe
Route 922 School Bus Service: Caversham - Kendrick - Reading School - St Joseph's
Route 21: Lower Earley (Easington Drive) - Reading Station via the University (Christchurch Green)
Route 20: Lower Earley (Bradmore Way) - Reading Station via the University (Christchurch Green)
Route 144 (Thames Travel): Wokingham - Reading via Royal Berkshire Hospital
Reading is a mainline station serving all parts of the U.K. and has frequent non-stop services from London Paddington, Basingstoke, Newbury, Bracknell, Maidenhead and Oxford - approximately 15-25 minutes long. Buses and taxis from the Station take approximately 10-15 minutes to reach St Joseph's depending on the time of day.
From September 2010, St Joseph's will run an enhanced minibus service to and from College for a number of areas including Maidenhead, Henley, Eversley, Ascot and Thatcham.
St. Joseph's runs a mini-bus service to and from a number of key routes (click the locations for PDF information):
The cost per pupil is £6.60 per day, which equates to £396 for a 12 week term.
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