march, 2020

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Park End Street

OxfordPark End StreetSAID Business School is very accessible by public transport. It is adjacent to the main central Oxford railway station with regular trains from London Paddington via Reading, from London Marylebone via High Wycombe and Bicester, from Birmingham and the North via Banbury and from Worcester and Hereford along the Cotswold Line. The train also provides a quick local service from Hanborough on the A4095 near Woodstock and from Oxford Parkway a mile North near the A34. Many buses stop alongside or in front of the Business School. Including bus 400 West-East between Botley and Thornhill Park and Ride. The 300 bus North-South between Pear Tree and Redbridge stops 5-10 minutes away at Worcester Street on the Station side of the city centre. Worcester Street is also the location of the nearest car park.  Quite expensive and subject to traffic jams, but not as expensive as the station car park on the South of the Botley road.

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