cheeryoleary Does 'Park and ride facilities' mean that on matchdays, more car parking spaces will be available for those wishing to park at the station and walk to the ground?
Only if the top men at Prudential have changed their attitude significantly. When I was in negotiation to use one Green Park car park it was squashed from on high, as was the agreement RFC had later with another company on Green Park.
At a traffic meeting I went to a while ago organised by Reading Council the guys from Prudential were talking about a compulsory bus service from a new train station to the Mad Stad as they couldn't have their nice clean park sullied by those nasty football fans - hence the veto on parking there. I remember a comment that football fans had walked through all their lovely landscaping at the entrance to Green Park so couldn't be trusted - ignoring completely that they had failed to provide a path and expected fans walking from the Speedway to the Mad Stad to walk in the road (although thinking about it maybe they saw it as a way of reducing the numbers of these nasty people).