Oxford is easily accessible from all parts of the country by rail and road. Its proximity to London is such that there is a regular and fast train service to Oxford from London (Paddington railway station). Coaches also run frequently between Oxford and London (Victoria coach station) and Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
There are limited car-parking facilities in central Oxford and motorists are advised to use the city ‘park-and-ride’ facilities – which are are well-signposted on the main approach roads. There is a regular ‘park-and-ride’ bus service into the city centre from the four main entry points to the city.
Motorists coming from London should leave the M40 at Junction 8, turn left at the Headington roundabout, drive clockwise round the ring-road, and then either use the Redbridge ‘park-and-ride’ facility or approach the city centre from the south, via Abingdon Road and Folly Bridge.
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