The X90, which was operated by the Oxford Bus Company, used to run up to two coaches an hour via Baker Street and terminate on Buckingham Palace Road.
Is the X90 running?
We have tried to develop a niche for the service by offering a high-quality service at more affordable fares to better compete in the market, but this has not been successful. Therefore today, with great regret we are announcing that the service will cease operating after service on 4th January 2020.
Is the Oxford Tube still running?
Oxford Tube coaches will run up to every 10 minutes*, delivering a very reliable service for commuters or those looking for a day out in the Capital or University city of Oxford. *10 minute frequency during morning peaks from Oxford. Average 20 minute frequency Monday to Friday and 12-15 minutes at weekends.
How long is the Oxford Tube journey?
Looking at the journey stops for the services the coach spends 40 minutes navigating Oxford. If you are visiting friends perhaps they could collect you at Thornhill Park and Ride, the journey time is then 1 hour.
What is period return ticket?
If you buy a return ticket, the return part of the ticket will be available to activate within times and days published in the terms and conditions of the ticket. For period return tickets, the return journey must be made within 3 months of the activation date of the outbound journey.
Where does the X90 stop in London?
Please note: as traffic within Oxford and London can be highly variable, the only timed stops are Oxford (Gloucester Green) and London Victoria (Buckingham Palace Road). Click here to see where the X90 stops in Oxford and London. Departures from Gloucester Green Bay 5 take approximately 100 minutes to reach London.
What is a period return Oxford Tube?
How often does Oxford Tube run?
every 10 minutes
Oxford Tube coaches run up to every 10 minutes*, delivering a very reliable service for commuters or those looking for a day out in the Capital or University city of Oxford.
Is the Oxford Tube 24 hours?
Oxford Tube is a coach service for travel between Oxford and London. The service runs up to every 12 minutes and operates 24 hours a day. Tickets can be purchased online, on the app or on the day of travel and can be combined with local travel on Stagecoach buses in Oxfordshire for exploring the local area.
Where does the X90 bus stop in Oxford?
Please note: as traffic within Oxford and London can be highly variable, the only timed stops are Oxford (Gloucester Green) and London Victoria (Buckingham Palace Road). Click here to see where the X90 stops in Oxford and London.
Is there a coach from London to Oxford?
The X90 is a coach route steeped in history. It arose out of the very first coach link between the cities of Oxford and London. Find out more about X90’s history. We’re sorry, but the X90 service is now withdrawn.
How old do you have to be to get a bus ticket to Oxford?
For Oxford – Hillingdon, please purchase from the normal Oxford – London product range. 2 week ticket is only available as paper ticket. Senior rates available for over 60’s (or anyone holding a concessionary pass), YP rates for students (with valid ID) or 16-26 year olds, child rates for 15 years and under. Proof of age may be required.
Is there a coach from Oxford to Gatwick?
Oxford to the airports! The airline is a day and night airport coach service, taking you to Heathrow & Gatwick airports from Oxford. Visiting Oxford from London? Under our red city brand, Oxford Bus Company runs a comprehensive range of services in Oxford, Kidlington and Abingdon.