Redbridge Park & Ride, Oxford – All You Need to Know in 2022

Redbridge is an inspiring park and ride service on the south side of Oxford city, servicing arrivals from the south of England. Located on the A4144 near Kennington roundabout on the A423. Redbridge has easy access from A34, A4074 and is practically a direct route from Newbury, Winchester and Southampton.

Redbridge Park & Ride – South Oxford – 2022

Here’s a little trivia for you, Did you know Redbridge park and ride is in fact the first-ever full time running Park and rides in the country, this is celebrated with an official Blue Plaque from the Oxfordshire Blue Plaques Board, The Plaque reads


The first enduring P & R bus scheme in the UK and model for other cities was launched here at Redbridge in December 1973


Parking at Redbridge Park and Ride

Redbridge Park & Ride Car Park Details
Opening Times24 hours a day
7 days a week
AddressOX2 8HA
PostcodeOX2 8HA
PriceUp to 1 hour
Up to 11 hours
11-24 hours
24-48 hours
48-72 hours
Over 72 hours
Disabled Badge
£100 charge
Pay bycash or card at the machineYou can also pay by calling 01865-989-000 or by SMS on 81025 using Location ID 3920 if you are a RingGo users
Distance14.4 miles
Disable BaysYesParking is free with a clearly displayed disabled blue badge
Electric Car ChargerYes
Safer Parking AwardedYes

There are many ways you can pay for your parking at the Redbridge Park and Ride, these are to:

  • Use the machines where you can pay by cash or card
  • Call 01865-989-000 and use the Redbridge Park and Ride Location ID 3920
  • Text on 81025 using Location ID 3920
  • Use the RingGo app, you can download it by clicking on the image below
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Paying for Redbridge Park and Ride Parking

Redhill Park & Ride RingGo code is: ID 3920

Journeying too and from Oxford by Bus (300 bus)

Check out this high tec park and ride bus service, these new buses are diesel-electric hybrids that make for the most emission-free drive. As if they are not saving on emissions already doing the great job they do. To top it off these buses have a sofa on the top deck as well as two tables that seat four people each. You are guaranteed to get to your destination relaxed and fully charged, especially as every seat has a USB charging port.

300 Bus Time Table

The 300 bus is the one you want, but you can also take the x2 Connecter and the x3 city buses as well. The 300 buses and the other two, all leave from the Redbridge park and ride car park. It is then a direct ride with no stops to St Aldates, where the journey terminates at the bus stop P2, just in front of Oxford Police station.

You will then need to walk the 0.3 miles north along St Aldates (a420) to arrive at the corner of the High street, (i.e. Oxford city centre, according to Google maps.)

Redbridge 300 BusMon to FridaySaturdaySunday
First Bus
into Oxford
6:00 am 6:00 am 8:30 am
Earlybefore 7:30 am
15 to 30 mins
before 8:00 am
30 mins
before 11:00 am
15 mins
Daytime7:30 am TO 6:30 pm
8 to 10 mins
8:00 am to 6:30 pm
8 TO 10 mins
11:00 am to 5:00 pm
12 mins
Early Evening18:30 pm to 7:17 pm
15 mins
18:30 to 7:17 pm
15 mins
Eveningsafter 7:15 pm
30 mins
after 7:15 pm
30 mins
after 5:00 pm
15 mins
Last bus in
11:15 pm
last bus back
11:30 pm
Last bus in
11:15 pm
last bus back
11:30 pm
Last bus in
6:45 pm
last bus back
7:00 pm

300 Bus Stop Locations

See the image below that shows where you can find the bus stops that will take you to and from the Redbridge Park and ride and Oxford city centre

Sourced from tourinaday

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I hope this post has given you the information you need and helped you choose if Redbridge is the Oxford park and ride for you. Remember there are 5 Park and Rides that surround the city, so odds are if you are driving through Oxford to get to your destination, your using the wrong one lol

Drive safely and enjoy your trip

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