Planning your journey

Travel by bike, bus, car, coach, taxi, train, tube, or on foot. For up-to-date 24 hour London travel information contact: Phone: +44 (0)20 7222 1234 or visit www.tfl.gov.uk

Tube Update:

The central line is now stopping again at Bond Street.
From Monday 30 June while TfL carries out upgrade works, Jubilee line trains won’t stop at Bond Street until early December, so use the Central line instead. To get to Bond Street during this time, change at Baker Street or Waterloo for the Bakerloo line to Oxford Circus and then take the Central line.

For more information on the Bond Street station upgrade click here.

Use the Transport for London Journey Planner to find the quickest route from and to a specific destination covering tube, bus and train.

Bike

There are 179 bicycle stands close to Oxford Street, with 358 cycle parking places situated on or near Oxford Street.

Barclays Cycle Hire Interactive Map

or

Transport for London Cycling Journey Planner

Bus

There are plenty of bus routes to Oxford Street:3, 6, 8, 10, 12, 13, 15, 23, 25, 53, 73, 88, 94, 98, 113, 137, 139 & 159.

For detailed bus information or to plan your route, contact London Travel Information’s 24 hour information line on 020 7222 1234 or visit the dedicated London Buses website.

For free transport guides and bus time tables, call: 020 7371 0247

Car

Car Parks servicing Oxford Street

1. The Bryanston Street Car Park is a 1-minute walk from Marble Arch and at the very start of Oxford Street and so offers ideal parking for shoppers. Exclusive weekend Shop West End deal – Park for just £8.00 (RRP £30.00) on Saturday & Sunday only.

Click here to download our special application form.

3. The Q-Park Oxford Street car park is ideally located at the centre of Oxford Street just behind John Lewis at Cavendish Square Gardens. Discounted offers are available when you pre book in advance. To guarantee a space clink here https://bookings.parkmagic.net/CPReservations/Booking/Select

4. NCP’s website has a handy car park finder. You input the place, postcode or street name, click on ‘find car park’ – the results is a listing of car parks close to your destination and includes a street map, directions and price information.

5. The Selfridges car park can be accessed from Seymour, Upper Brook and Barret Streets. Please check opening times and charges with the store.

6. VINCI Park operates the The Mayfair Car Park on Park Lane.
Book online and enter the promotional code WEEKEND and you will be entitled to discounted parking on Saturdays and Sundays.

Saturday @ £8 All day (This would usually be £13.00)
Sunday @ £5 All day (This would usually be £8.00)

 

Park and Display Information

For Park and Display information please contact Westminster City Council’s 24 hour information centre PARKTEL.

*All parking pay points throughout Westminster accept credit cards.

 

Late night Thursday shoppers car park offer

Park up in one of their prime locations in the West End and stack your shopping bags in the car boot rather than on your arms.

www.westminster.gov.uk/carparks/shoppers.cfm

Taxi

Taxi’s have access to the length of Oxford Street and can drop passengers anywhere along the street. With the large number available, it’s easy to hail a taxi to take you home if you are weighed down with shopping bags! Cabs are available for hire when the yellow sign above the windscreen is lit; just stick your arm out to signal one.

For more information on taxis and minicabs, please visit
Transport for London

Train

London’s 10 mainline stations – your gateway to the West End!

For up-to-date information on National Rail times and fares call

08457 48 49 50 or visit www.nationalrail.co.uk

Tube

For hassle-free travel to Oxford Street, use any of the number of tube stations and lines:

Bond Street: Central Line / Jubilee Line
Marble Arch: Central Line
Oxford Circus: Bakerloo Line / Central Line / Victoria Line
Piccadilly Circus: Bakerloo Line / Piccadilly Line
Tottenham Court Road: Central Line / Northern Line

For news, updates, travel tips, ticket information and planned works and service changes, visit the official site for London Underground.