We are delighted to announce that the Oxford Tube service will return on Monday 29th March with a revised timetable. This follows the publication of the Government's roadmap out of lockdown which includes the lifting of local travel restrictions and the re-phased opening of retail and hospitality.
The temporary timetable will operate 7 days a week with a frequency from Oxford to London of up to every 10 minutes during peak times Monday to Friday, an average 20 minute frequency throughout the day and up to every 12 minutes at weekends.
The express services, which run direct between Thornhill P&R and Baker Street on weekdays, will also return. Towards London, two morning express journeys will run via Baker Street, providing an onward connection with Marylebone’s underground station. Returning from the capital, two express journeys will operate to give fast-tracked journeys from London.
Reduced on board capacity will remain in place as will social distancing measures including the mandatory wearing of face coverings for passengers and a one-way system for boarding. On board hand sanitisers are also fitted and vehicles will continue to be cleaned thoroughly with touch point cleaning taking place at the end of each journey.
Thank you once again to all of our staff and customers for their continued patience and support whilst we have encountered a second service suspension. It’s back to business from here on in and we look forward to welcoming new and existing passengers back on board!
View the Oxford Tube timetable from Monday 29th March here.