The Oxford Tube operates a frequent coach service between Oxford and London. Coaches are fitted with free 4G, Wi-Fi, USB power sockets and more legroom for a comfortable journey every time.
The Oxford Tube is currently running to an emergency timetable following recent government announcements and the introduction of a second lockdown.
The service continues to operate 7 days a week with a frequency of up to up to every 30 minutes throughout the day.
Social distancing measures will be in place on board our vehicles with reduced capacity implemented in line with government guidelines. Whilst our drivers enjoy interacting with passengers and seeing your smiling faces as you board, we'd like to remind customers that unless you are exempt, a face covering is now a legal requirement for travel on public transport. More information on the level of operation and safety procedures in place can be found here.
Tickets can be purchased online, on the Oxford Tube mobile tickets app, or on the day from the driver.
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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