It's no longer a legal requirement to wear a face covering on public transport in England, Scotland or Wales. We do encourage you to wear a face covering in crowded spaces, if you can
For the latest travelling safely information for England, Wales and Scotland, see our Coronavirus page.
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. You can view the Oxford Tube timetable online to start planning your journey.
We’re continuing with our stringent cleaning regimes to ensure our coaches are safe for your journey between Oxford and London. Where you can, give others around you space and if possible please wear a face covering, particularly if services are busy. Please pay by contactless or buy your ticket in advance on the new Oxford Tube app if you can and take your litter home with you. Help yourself to the on board hand sanitiser too - Let's keep each other safe. Click here for more information.
The Oxford Tube is fitted with free 4G Wi-Fi, at seat wireless and USB charging and individual tables for a convenient and comfortable journey.
*10 minute frequency during morning peaks from Oxford. Average 20 minute frequency Monday to Friday and 12-15 minutes at weekends.
Choose when and where you want to travel and we'll tell you how much it costs and where you can travel.
A full range of Oxford Tube tickets and fares can be viewed here.
The Oxford Tube operates between Gloucester Green Bus Station in Oxford and London Victoria. There are a handful of city stops at either end of the route as well as stops en route at Lewknor and Hillingdon. A map of the Oxford Tube route and coach stops can be viewed here.
Please note that the coach ramp on the new coaches is incompatible with the width of the pavement at the St Clement's bus stop towards Oxford. As a result, this stop is not suitable for wheelchair users.
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