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City Travel in Oxford

City Travel in Oxford Finding your way around Oxford shouldn’t be a problem as it has good public transport facilities.

It’s probably best to leave the car at one of Oxford’s park and ride facilities that take passengers from designated free car parks on the outskirts of the city right into the city centre.

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

Once you are in the town centre you can get to most of the attractions and distractions by bus. The two main bus companies that operate in the area are Stagecoach and the Oxford Bus Company, however the Tourist Information Centre offers a free Bus and Rail Map with route information as well as contact details for the travel companies.

Black cabs are available on St Giles, Gloucester Green and the railway station. Black cabs can be hailed in the street but remember to check that the driver has a current licence and identification before embarking on a journey.

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