Oxford - Eynsham - Witney - Thorney Leys - Carterton, daily.
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Night service renumbered NS1; special night fares apply.
Oxford (Castle Street) - Eynsham - Long Hanborough - Freeland - North Leigh - Witney, Monday-Saturday. View route map >>
Oxford - Eynsham - Stanton Harcourt - Standlake - Bampton / Witney, Monday-Saturday. View route map >>
Oxford - Radcliffe Infirmary - Cassington Turn - A40 (Evenlode) - Witney - Minster Lovell - Carterton, Monday-Saturday. View route map >>
Friday & Saturday night journeys renumbered NS2; special night fares apply.
Oxford - Brookes University - Headley Way (for JR Hospital)- A40 (Evenlode) - Witney - Minster Lovell - Carterton, Monday-Friday. View route map >>
Oxford - A40 (Evenlode) - Witney - Northleach - Cheltenham - Gloucester, daily.
Head Office: Golden Valley, Staverton, Cheltenham GL51 0TE 01452 712386.
One of the 20 great bus routes for over 60s travelling free - more >>
“A direct, stress-free and convenient way to reach all terminals at Heathrow and Gatwick.” Minibuses depart nine times daily; collection from home for a small extra fee. Head Office 74 Crawley Road, Witney OX28 1HU: 0800 043 46 33.
Door-to-door service for people who are unable to use public transport.
Monday-Friday 09:00-17:00 (mainly within West Oxfordshire / to Oxford City). You can book up to 7 days in advance.
Annual membership £5, then pay as you go; travel is free for concessionary pass holders.
Registration / bookings / enquiries: 0845 310 1111
Integrated bus / rail journey planner: 0871 200 22 33. Calls cost 10p per minute plus connection charge.
01/09/2007 Eynsham Parish Plan: Roads, Traffic & Transport
"From Thursday 31 March Oxontime Real-Time Information service has a new look and feel. We are changing the way we provide it and moving to new system providers"
West Oxfordshire Sustainable Transport Forum has produced a new guide to cycle, pedestrian and public transport routes. Look for a copy in the library or download the Eynsham map >>
Oxfordshire County Council takes over the running of this scheme from today.