Not sure how to get around town or even Oxfordshire and the country using public transport? We have done some research to help show you the options available to you and highlight the websites you need to know. You can leave your feedback and comments at the bottom of the page.
National Rail Enquiries: the definitive source of customer information for all passenger rail services on the National Rail network in England, Wales and Scotland.
Traveline South East - National Public Transport information. Anywhere in Britain their journey planner can now plan door-to-door journeys across the whole of England, Scotland and Wales.
The Go-Anywhere day ticket is valid on all Thames Travel, Oxford Bus Company and Stagecoach services within Oxford SmartZone, and all Thames Travel and Oxford Bus Company services within
South Oxfordshire zone. £8 for an adult, £5.50 for a child and £15 for a family.
Oxfordshire Park & Ride: Park and ride is the easiest way to get into Oxford by car. There are five park and ride sites located around Oxford's ring road.
2 for 1 London Attractions: Find special offers to key London attractions including shows, concerts, landmarks, galleries, museums and sporting events.
Chiltern Railways: Chiltern Railways operates trains from both of Bicester's railway stations (North and Town) to Birmingham, London Marylebone, Oxford.
2 Pay 4 Travel - Did you know that up to 4 adults can travel for the price of 2 on Chiltern Railways? Tickets can only be bought from CR ticket offices. See website for conditions.
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