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Town Centre parking is available at:
Lurke Street Multi Storey Car Park
River Street Multi Storey Car Park
Harpur Centre Underground Car Park
Riverside Square Surface Car Park (Max stay 2 hrs)
Allhallows Multi Storey Car Park
Duck Mill Lane Surface Car Park
St Peter's Surface Car Park
Close to the town centre:
Queen Street Multi Storey Car Park
Station Surface Car Park
Park & Ride is available at:
Elstow (A6, south of the town centre)
Park & Ride makes alot of sense - easy to use, easy on your pocket and easy on the environment.
Just park in the spacious car park at Elstow and the easy access buses will whizz you quickly into the town centre,
6 days a week, up to every 10 minutes. There’s CCTV on
site and a waiting room with toilets.
480 parking spaces and a purpose built waiting facility. Bus priority measures were also delivered on the route into Bedford, the most notable being a new bus lane and priority signalling on Ampthill Road. Buses operate to and from the site from 7am to 7pm Monday to Saturday, at a frequency of 15 minutes (10 minutes in the peak periods)This is a limited stop service, calling at South Wing Hospital, County Hall, Horne Lane, and River Street only.
For further details on parking contact The Parking Shop
Tel: 01234 343152
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