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Getting Around in Oxford Getting to Oxford is a pretty straightforward affair as it has direct motorway links.

From the North (Birmingham):
Take the M40 motorway southbound and come off at the junction with the A34, this should take you into Oxford.

From the South (Bristol):
Take the M33, then the M4. At the junction with the A34 come off the motorway and this road should take you into Oxford.

From the West (London):
Get on the M4 motorway to then join the M25. Take the junction with the M40 and when M40 meets the A40 come off the motorway. This road will take you to the A420 and this road takes you into Oxford.

Once in the city you are encouraged to use the park and ride facilities available that enable you to leave your car in a safe and secure environment and take a reasonably-priced bus into the city centre.

The park and ride facilities can be found at Seacourt on Botley Road; Pear Tree, off the A34 Stratford Road; Thornhill, just beyond the Ring Road on the A40 London Road; and Redbridge, between the Ring Road turn-offs for the A34 south to Abingdon and the A423 to Henley.

There are pay car parks throughout the city centre but street parking is severely limited.

Taxi ranks can be found at Oxford Railway Station, Gloucester Green Coach Station and St Giles' in the city centre.

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