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Additional Information

Some additional information about parking in oxford station, to cater to all your parking needs

  • On-street parking

    Parking on-street near Oxford station can be tiresome since many streets are limited to the disabled and permit holders only. The parking charges start at around £4 during controlled hours, which usually operate from Monday to Sunday from 8 am to10 pm. There are limited spaces available, and you should thus use the JustPark app to find the open spaces.

  • Off-street parking

    Oxford City Council and APCOA control off-street parking. APCOA offers a telephone parking system for all station users. The parking system is fast and easy to use, once you get used to it. You only need to park your vehicle and proceed to the station. As a railway commuter, you only pay £6.50 if you park all day via the telephone payment system. On the other hand, we offer numerous reservable off-street spaces across the station, with an outstanding selection to choose from in your favourite areas.

  • Public transport

    Oxford railway station, which is located to the West of the city centre, is the most convenient public transport here. It offers links to other parts of the country, including fast and regular trains to London and Reading. Oxford does not have an integrated public transport system, but it has various companies which serve the city with bus and rail services.

  • Disabled parking

    As a disabled driver, you can park for free for an unlimited period in any pay-and-display open space after showing your Blue Badge. You will be allowed to park across all Oxford’s Controlled Parking Zones, as well as the areas set aside for resident permit holders.


  • Parking restrictions & event days

    There are numerous Controlled Parking Zones near Oxford station, and all have their own timings and prices. Therefore, it is always essential to check the restrictions and guidelines before parking your vehicle. Parking in the Controlled Parking Zone is problematic to visitors because the zones are primarily reserved for Blue Badge holders and resident permit holders.


  • Overnight, weekends & bank holidays

    Controlled prices and parking limitations in most on-street spaces are followed on all bank holidays. It also applies to Sundays; however, some locations don’t charge customers on Sundays, but you should look out for signage when parking.

  • Drop-off and pick-up

    If you are planning to pick-up or drop-off a visitor at Oxford station, there is a suitable parking area situated within the Central Station and one can access it from the entrance on Park End Street. The drop-off and pick-up points are clearly signed from the main entrance. Space is sufficient to accommodate rear loading and a safe wait.

  • Nearby attractions

    Oxford is a unique city of stunning culture, history, and architecture. You will find amazing museums and galleries, ancient and modern colleges, and plenty of gardens, green spaces and parks in which to relax. Additionally, the city centre is small enough for one to cover on foot. Also, the city is situated a stone’s throw away from the railway station. But this is not all there is to do here. You can go for a picnic in Port Meadow, tour the city’s streets, marvel at Radcliffe Square, or even go to the Covered Market.