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  • Getting to Oxford Brookes


    EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK 2019 is focusing on ‘safe walking and cycling’ and the ways active mobility can benefit individuals’ health and the environment.

    Monday 16 September commentaries the start of #MobilityWeek. Within this week, European towns showcase their commitment to clean and sustainable urban transport during. This climaxes in World Car-Free Day on Sunday 22nd September. 

    To help celebrate this, Transport Services are offering a range of incentives to encourage Sustainable Travel. Any staff member who uses a form of Sustainable Travel for their daily commute to or from work, can enter Transport Services' European Mobility Week Raffle.

    Travel Information

    Here you will find all the information you need when choosing to come to any of Oxford Brookes’ campuses or halls of residences, whether to work, study or as a visitor.

    Oxford benefits from fantastic public transport networks, increasing sustainability and lowering traffic congestion and pollution. People travelling to Oxford Brookes University sites are encouraged, where possible, to use the local public transport and sustainable travel options, like the BROOKESbuses.

    Campus directions, maps and public transport information.

    Please be aware; since parking is very restricted in the city and on our campuses, we strongly advise you not to travel by car unless absolutely necessary. Permits are required for parking during peak hours (07:00-16:30, Monday to Friday).

    Latest live travel information in Oxfordshire.

  • Parking permit system

    Staff and students will require a parking permit to park on campus and daily car parking charges will also be applicable.

    Visitors to campus, will need a booking for a visitor car parking space. This is booked by a member of staff/ department they are meeting with.

    Visit the parking pages for more information about the permit system and what it will mean for staff, students and visitors who park at Oxford Brookes.