Reading Green Park station is to open on 27 May and is the first new station in the area since Reading West opened in 1906.
The station is on the Basingstoke line and will have a half-hourly service. It has two 150-metre-long platforms, a fully accessible station building and footbridge with stairs and lifts, plus a bus interchange, taxi rank and cycle parking.
There are also two car parks including 12 blue badge spaces, drop-off parking and long stay parking.
Great Western Railway Business Development Director Tom Pierpoint said: ‘New stations such as Reading Green Park are vital in bringing the railway closer to people as we all become more mindful to live and travel more sustainably.
‘Reading Green Park is one of three GWR stations to open this year along with Marsh Barton in Exeter and Portway Park & Ride in Bristol and we are excited for the benefits these stations will bring to local residents, businesses and leisure travellers in the areas they will serve.’
In addition to Green Park station, Reading West is being upgraded with a new station building on Oxford Road, although it will not be fully accessible.