PO Box 10, Oxford, OX1 1EN
Tel 01865 249811
For multi-journey or season tickets visit the Oxford Bus Company website.
You can buy your ticket from the bus driver. For services 300, 400 and 500, which are operated by Oxford Bus Company, you can also purchase tickets on their website or at their travel shop located in Debenhams at Magdalen Street, Oxford city centre.
National concessionary bus passes for over 60s and disabled people are accepted on Park and Ride buses.
Redbridge, Seacourt and Pear Tree Park and Rides are run by Oxford City Council.
We have adopted a ticketless system of payment where you log your vehicle registration number and your location onto the system by one of three ways. We shall use Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) cameras to check that parking fees are paid.
Please be aware payment must be made within 10 minutes of arrival.
Cash using the pay machines on site
Using phone and credit/debit card
RingGo service Telephone: 01865 989000
Visit the RingGo website
The RingGo location codes are:
We recommend that regular users of the Park and Ride service pre-register with the online method which will make it quicker the first time the service is used. Anyone who has already registered with RingGo at any other location does not need to register again.
Payment is required to park at all times.
If you wish to park for more than 1 day the following applies. You are able to purchase multiple days parking through the machines, up to a maximum of five days, which will automatically provide you with seven days parking. For example, the cost for 2 days is £4, if this payment is made through the ticket machine in a single transaction 2 days (up to 48 hours) parking will be given, an additional convenience fee of £0.20 is applied for using RingGo.
The parking ticket machines do not dispense change. A ticket can be purchased for a higher value however no refunds can be given. If you do not have change, you are able to use our telephone payment system if you have a valid debit or credit card.
There are disabled parking spaces at all Park and Ride sites. Blue badge holders will still need to purchase a ticket.
Contact us on 01865 252489 during office hours or email email@example.com.
Thornhill and Water Eaton Park and Rides are run by Oxfordshire County Council.
Charging for short-stay parking was introduced on Monday 11 November 2013 .
Visit the Oxfordshire County Council website for full details.
The system is operated by Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) cameras monitoring vehicles entering and leaving the sites to determine length of stay. Car park staff patrol the sites and issue excess charge tickets.
A range of payment methods are available:
Disabled Blue Badge holders are exempt from the parking charges if they display a valid Blue Badge.
Page last updated 25 February 2014