Park & Ride
Oxford’s Park and Ride service (operated by the Oxford Bus Company) enables visitors to leave their cars at locations close to the ring-road and travel into the city centre on a frequent bus service.
For a location map of the five car parks in Oxford and routes, please visit the Park & Ride website.
Note: For those not familiar with the changes (implemented in June 1999) to the Oxford transport system, we would recommend viewing the details here before making any journey into Oxford.
A wide variety of parking in Oxford is available including the following:
- Park and Ride on the four main approaches to the city
- Westgate (1225 spaces) – City Centre Car Park
- Worcester Street (190 spaces)
- Abbey Place (120 spaces) – Opposite the ice-rink
- Gloucester green (100 spaces) – Underground close to the centre
- Oxpens (75 spaces) – Next to the ice-rink
- St. Clements (120 spaces) – Near Magdalen Bridge
- Railway Station (400 spaces) – Daily rates for rail and non-rail users
- Other on-street pay-and-display parking mainly in Broad Street and St. Giles (386 spaces)
Parking for the Disabled
For more disabled access information, please see the relevant information page by clicking here.
- Park and Ride – Places available adjacent to bus stops
- Westgate – Places available on level 4 adjacent to the shopping level
- On-Street Parking – Special bays are marked
Note: Disabled persons showing both parts of the Orange Badge may park for free in any of the on-street parking spaces, but standard charges will apply in the off-street car parks.