What is SmartGo Maylands?
SmartGo Maylands is a staff benefits package for Maylands Business Park that aims to incentivise the use of sustainable transport, such as buses, bikes, trains and Electric Vehicles, among employees based there.
Discounts are with a range of partners including Arriva, London Northwestern Railway, Centrebus, Halfords, Railcards, Enterprise and many others. Organisations can also make some big savings themselves on EV charging and cycle infrastructure. So, whoever you are, whether you're commuting or travelling for business or leisure, you could make big savings on sustainable transport!
Before staff can access the deals, employers first need register for annual membership. Maylands businesses can save 67% on the first year by using discount code MaylandsY1. Click below to join!
Why Has SmartGo Maylands Been Created?
It's part of a jointly-funded project with Dacorum Borough Council, The Hertfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership, Hertfordshire County Council and St. Albans City and District Council, to implement a Sustainable Travel Plan for the area. The Plan will outline and implement tangible and viable schemes to encourage and support those who work on Maylands to consider other forms of transport instead of single-occupancy car journeys.
These initiatives will provide relief on parking and congestion issues across the area, whilst supporting a huge reduction in carbon footprints and promoting health & well being.
We've also created a Travel and Amenity Guide to help you make the most of Maylands Business Park.
What Benefits do I Get?
As a SmartGo member, you have free access to a range of discounts on transport with partners such as Arriva, London Northwestern Railway, Centrebus, Halfords, Railcards, Enterprise and many others. Whether for commuting, business or leisure travel, there's likely to be ways for everyone to save money! See the example offers further down this page for details.
How Much is it to Join?
Our standard rates are shown below, but Maylands Business Park employers save 67% on their first year of membership and 33% on their second! Either get in touch for a quote or register below using MaylandsY1 discount code to make a huge saving!
20% Off Advance Singles
Reduced Monthly Costs
10% OFF In-store
10% Off Season Tickets
Up to 10% OFF Monthly Rail Costs
15% OFF Railcards
15% OFF Car Hire
10% Off Rutland Cycling
10% OFF Online Shop
10% OFF Advance Singles
10% OFF Cycle Storage
10% OFF Electric Bikes
Up to 10%% OFF Car & Van Hire
10% OFF Cycle Storage
20% OFF Charging Points
20% OFF Intelligent Bike Lights
Credit & Reduced Fees
10% OFF Consultancy Services
£100 OFF electric bikes & scooters
20% Off Workplace Charging and Installation
Local Transport Information
Local transport information, including a map, useful contacts and nearby services can be found in our Travel and Amenity Guide HERE.
Arriva are the main bus operator in Hemel Hempstead. To see more about their local routes, click HERE. Centrebus also operate the No. 46 service between Luton and Hemel Hempstead, via Redbourn, see further details HERE.
London Northwestern Railway are the main train operator at Hemel Hempstead station. For more information, visit https://www.londonnorthwesternrailway.co.uk/
Walking and cycling maps and routes can be found on the Herts County Council website HERE.
Future Transport at Maylands
4 section on Breakspear Way currently serves as a severance to sustainable journey options to the Maylands Business Park from the Leverstock Green area and beyond. The new Quietway will run along Buncefield Lane south linking to a new toucan (cycle & pedestrian) signalised crossing the A414 between the two petrol filling stations. It then uses the newly built cycle facilities up to Boundary Way leading to the northern section of the Quietway on the northern section of Buncefield Lane. This will offer a safer and pleasanter journey for those cycling or walking for leisure or employment in the Maylands Business Park. The northern section of the Quietway will eventually provide improved links to the Nickey Line a disused railway route running through the Maylands Business park and used as a pedestrian and cycle route.
The scheme also includes a reduction in the speed limit on Breakspear Way from 70mph to 50mph. This will complement a series of pedestrian and cycling improvements to increase travel choice, reduce congestion and improve the resilience of the local transport network. These include the new footway and cycle route along Redbourn Road, a new pedestrian and cycle crossing on Redbourn Road, proposed footway improvements on Three Cherry Trees Lane and planned improvements to Nickey Line access on Eastman Way.