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Parking in Oxford

Parking in Oxford city centre is difficult.

There are access restrictions for cars within Oxford city centre, particularly for traffic coming into the centre from the east, along the High Street.

For quick and easy access to the city centre you should use one of Oxford's 5 Park and Ride sites.

Park & Ride

There are five Park and Ride sites around the city on Oxford's ring road:

- Pear Tree
- Water Eaton
- Thornhill
- Redbridge
- Seacourt

Further information can be found on the Oxford City Council website.

On-street (Pay & Display)

These can be mainly found in Broad Street and St Giles (386 spaces).

Council Car Parks

- Westgate (1225 spaces) - City Centre Car Park
- Worcester Street (190 spaces)
- Abbey Place (120 spaces) - Opposite the ice-rink
- Gloucester Green (100 spaces) - Underground close to the centre
- Oxpens (75 spaces) - Next to the ice-rink
- St Clements (120 spaces) - Near Magdalen Bridge
- Railway Station (400 spaces) - Daily rates for rail users
- South Parks Road (200 spaces) - Saturdays only in the University Science area

Further information can be found on the Oxford County Council website.

Overnight Car Park

Secure overnight parking can be arranged at Gloucester Green underground car park

Further information can be found on the Oxford County Council website.

Source: www.oxford.gov.uk