Stagecoach in Oxfordshire

A Stagecoach bus in Oxford

Founded2002, formerly Stagecoach South Midlands
HeadquartersOxford, Oxfordshire
Service areaTemplate:UK
Service typeUrban and interurban bus services
DestinationsOxford, Witney, Banbury, Bicester, Chipping Norton and Wantage
FleetOptare Solo
Dennis Dart SLF/Alexander ALX200
Dennis Dart SLF/Plaxton Pointer 2
Volvo B6LE/Alexander ALX200
Volvo B10M
MAN 18.220/Alexander ALX300
Volvo Olympian
Dennis Trident 2/Plaxton President
Dennis Trident 2/Alexander ALX400
Neoplan Skyliner
OperatorStagecoach Group
Web siteOfficial Website
Stagecoach in Warwickshire
HeadquartersRugby, Warwickshire
Service areaTemplate:UK
Service typeUrban and interurban bus services
DestinationsBirmingham, Coventry, Nuneaton, Leamington Spa, Rugby, Stratford-upon-Avon and Warwick
OperatorStagecoach Group
Web siteOfficial Website

Stagecoach in Oxfordshire is the name given to Stagecoach Group bus operations in the county of Oxfordshire, England. It used to be part of Stagecoach South Midlands along with Stagecoach in Warwickshire until March 2004.


Stagecoach South Midlands has operated under three different brands:

  • The Oxford Tube brand, used for express buses between Oxford and London.
  • The Stagecoach in Banbury brand, used for local buses in and around the town of Banbury in Oxfordshire.
  • The Stagecoach in Oxford brand, used for local buses in and around the city of Oxford.
  • The Stagecoach in Warwickshire brand, used for local buses in and around the county of Warwickshire

Oxford TubeEdit

See also: Oxford to London coach route
File:Oxford Tube logo.gif

The Oxford Tube currently operates a fleet of 25 Neoplan Skyliner double decker coaches, with free Wi-Fi internet access and 240V mains power points on board every coach. With departures up to every 10 minutes, the service begins at Gloucester Green coach station in Oxford City Centre, then stops at Queens Lane, St Clements, Brookes University, Headington Shops, Green Road Roundabout, Thornhill Park & Ride, Lewknor Turn, Hillingdon, Shepherd's Bush, Notting Hill Gate, Marble Arch, and finally two stops at Victoria.

There are three express services on Monday to Friday at 0600, 0624, and 0700: these services do not stop at Lewknor, Hillingdon, Shepherd's Bush or Notting Hill Gate. A complimentary breakfast is served on board from Oxford on Monday to Friday between 0540 to 0700.


Stagecoach South Midlands was created from Midland Red (South) Ltd and Thames Transit Ltd, both companies acquired by the Stagecoach Group. Legally these companies still exist, with buses in Warwickshire and Banbury still carrying legal lettering for Midland Red (South) Ltd, whilst buses in Oxford (including the Oxford Tube) and Witney are legally lettered for Thames Transit Ltd.


In Oxfordshire:

Also, Oxford depot has out-stations at Bicester, Chipping Norton and Harwell.

In Warwickshire:

See alsoEdit

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