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Fare changes from Sunday 3rd March 2019

13 Feb 2019

13 February 2019, Stagecoach confirmed today that it will be increasing fares and ticket prices on local buses from Sunday 3 March 2019. However, Stagecoach will maintain some of its popular single fares and its Oxford Tube fares.


  • Some single fares frozen (£1.30, £1.50, £2.00, £2.60 and £3.10)
  • All other single fares will increase by 10p with some fares for longer journeys increasing by 20p
  • In the City Centre most return tickets are frozen with only the current £3.70 fare increasing to £3.80
  • Across the county most return tickets will increase by 10-20p.
  • There will be changes to the price of day, 7 day, 4 week, 13 week, annual and 12 trip tickets.
  • SmartZone fares remain unchanged.


Chris Coleman, Managing Director at Stagecoach in Oxfordshire said “We continue to work to keep our prices as low as possible for our customers and have frozen some fares across the city. Even with these changes bus travel remains cheaper than commuting by car. We will continue to invest in improvements to our services for our customers through new vehicles and technology.” 


Full details of these changes and all multi journey ticket prices from this date can be found here.


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