Oxford Brookes University students and staff can take advantage of a range of transport discounts and offers. See:
Oxford benefits from an extensive public transport network with some local services stopping near/ outside certain campuses. View the bus travel information for each campus.
Operated by Oxford Bus Company, the BROOKESbus is a public bus service, with routes tailored for University students, operating between all Oxford campuses and Halls of Residences, as well as calling at Oxford’s train station and outside the Thornhill and Seacourt park and rides.
- The 400 (BROOKESbusU1) service will stop at Harcourt Hill, Seacourt Park&Ride, Oxford City Centre, Headington Campus, Thornhill Park&Ride, Wheatley Campus
- The 100 (BROOKESbusU5) service will stop at Blackbird Leys, Templars Square, Hollow Way, Oxford Halls of Residences, Headington Campus, John Radcliffe Hospital (Monday to Friday daytime)
- The evening and weekend U5 BROOKESbus service will stop at the Headington and Marston campuses, Oxford Halls of Residences and Oxford city centre.
Further details including maps and timetables on the new routes, which came into effect from 4 September 2022, can be found on the Oxford Bus Company BROOKESbus webpages.
Changes to BROOKESbuses due to Botley Road closure
Ahead of the 12 month closure of a section of the Botley Road from next month, Oxford Bus Company (OBC) has set out how this will impact on its services. The 400 BROOKESbus U1 route will be split into two, operating either side of the train station from 8 January 2023. Details of this and additional buses being introduced in response to increased journey times can be found on the OBC website.