Travelling by bus

  • The city of Oxford benefits from an extensive bus travel network.

    The BROOKESbus (operated by Oxford Bus Company) connects Brookes Campuses with Halls of Residence and the City Centre.

    The Brookes Union also operates a  Student Safety Bus to help stranded students get home.

    Oxford Park and ride services operate throughout oxford with sites are predominately located on the Oxford Ring road, the exception being the Bicester service. The Oxford Bus company 400 service, runs between the Thornhill Park and ride and the Seacourt Park and ride, with a stop just outside the Oxford Brookes Headington campus.

    Various buses also offer journeys to the JR hospital, which is a short walk away from Oxford Brookes Marston Site.  The Stagecoach 800 Service operates from the Thornhill Park and ride and the Stagecoach 700 service stops at the Water Eaton Oxford parkway Park and ride.

    Oxford Bus Company and Stagecoach are the city's main bus operators and provide services within Oxford as well as offering connections to London, Heathrow, Gatwick, and the rest of Oxfordshire.

    Further details on Park and ride services and Stagecoach buses can be found in the links below.

    https://www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/cms/public-site/park-and-ride

    https://bustimes.org.uk/operators/SCOX 

    A full list of operators, as well as links to their services, can be found below.

    Never Miss A Bus

    See when the next bus is due by visiting the NextBus or Oxontime websites.

    Access live departure times on your phone by downloading the Oxontime app: iTunes - Windows Phone

    Oxford Bus Company

    Stagecoach

    • Oxford (use the 'Choose your location' link at the top of the page)
    • London
    • Megabus (coaches across the UK and Europe)