Following changes to government guidance in England, from 19th July more seats are available on our buses and standing is allowed.
Please continue to wear a face covering throughout your journey, unless you’re exempt.
For the latest travel information for England, Wales and Scotland, see our Coronavirus page.
Ideal for a British summertime escape, Bicester is home to a multitude of open green spaces from stately homes to parks and nature reserves. There’s also fun for those with a more adventurous side – hit the SWB Motorsport track to get your adrenaline fix. Of course, getting there doesn’t need to be as fast paced. At Stagecoach, we’ll help you travel around by bus for less.
Travel from Bicester to Oxford and all around the town and across Oxfordshire with our money-saving passes.
Unlimited travel comes easily for day trippers with our dayrider passes. These are available for Bicester, Oxford, or the whole county. You can buy them on the bus for families or individuals as well as on the Stagecoach Bus App.
For better value discounts you can make use of our weekly tickets. Simply order a smart card online and tap in for unlimited trips. Weekly tickets are also available on the app or from the driver.
If you’re a business traveller or need to head all over regularly, you may want to extend your journeys and take multiple trips with our 28-day passes. Alternatively, roll these savings over with a recurring ticket to last longer than the month. You can also upgrade to a SmartZone ticket, which covers other bus services in Oxford beyond Stagecoach.
Concessionary discounts are available for those of State Pension age or with a disability. You may even qualify for free travel. All you need to do is ask your local council for a concessionary bus pass.
See the world-famous Oxford University or make your way to the Kingsmere estate by bus.
Travel to Oxford from Bicester
Want to see the famous sights where Sir Stephen Hawking came to be? Head to the historic city of Oxford on the number S5, with pick-up points in Bicester Village. You can catch it from Glory Farm approximately every 30 minutes or up to every 15 minutes from Pioneer Square.
Buses to the JR Hospital
Service H5 from Pioneer Square stop 4 runs hourly to the JR hospital via Barton before continuing to Headington Shops. For connections to the JR Hospital if travelling on the S5, passengers can change onto service 700 in Summertown.
Travel between Bicester & Kingsmere
Residents of Kingsmere now have a choice of bus services providing direct links to Oxford City Centre, Bicester Town and Rail Station. Catch the number 26 from Kingsmere Centre to connect onto services 29 and H5 for cross-town connections to Graven Hill and Ambrosden.
Don’t stress about advanced booking with Stagecoach. Our Bicester services operate regularly, Monday to Saturday (including Sunday on the S5) – check out our timetables to know when the bus you want is passing your stop. Find out how much you could save and plot your journey with Stagecoach today - just download the Stagecoach app or search for your destination online.
While there’s no specific bus station in Bicester, you’ll find a row of bus stops at Pioneer Square on Manorsfield Road, just before/after Bicester Village rail station. There are a number of facilities in the areas including cafes, restaurants and cash machines.
Please aim to get to your bus stop about 5 to 10 minutes before your bus leaves. To avoid delays, you can download the latest timetables with the Stagecoach mobile app.