Charlie Wilson
Charlie Wilson - Author of This is Redbridge.

Redbridge Park And Ride

Redbridge Park And Ride

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Park and Ride sites have proved to be a successful way of encouraging commuters to not use their cars and keep traffic levels down. Park and ride areas usually provide a covered waiting area, as well as toilets.  Parking at the site is free all day for vehicles with an Oyster card, and a charge of up to £10. 50 applies for those without (as of October 2012). A digital display in each car park shows how full the bays are so you can make sure you don't queue for a space while one remains empty! Of course, if you prefer your car to drive freely, why not call into our office in Oxford and we'll take care of your car for you.

The north is served by Gosford park and ride ( ), which is closer to the city but, of course, slightly further from the station, This Is Redbridge ( There are plans to expand both of these over the coming years, plus two other sites dotted around the centre are planned. This is a car and coach park with 150 spaces with toilets and a cafe. There are signs from the A34 already for the park and ride.

It is quite a walk from Nuffield or the Macdonald Randolph hotel, easier by bus to/from Broad Street. There are great links from the M1 and M40. Also bus lines into the city centre or Wood Green and New North Road. From Oxford Parkway there is a bus link to Headington every 5 mins (300). There are plans for a park and ride scheme at Redbridge, on the northern edge of Oxford. Possibly done by extending the Botley Road to the north or south.

Opening Hours Of Terminal Building

The construction of the Redbridge park and ride was completed in early 2006. The £32M development included 900 parking spaces, a passenger station with covered waiting area and toilets, an interchange between bus services operated by seven different bus companies, cycle parking, an exercise station and an automatic car wash. The whole project was financed by the developers Taylor Woodrow and John Laing PLC as part of their agreement with Waltham Forest Council. There are also a number of dedicated spaces for taxis, Private Hire Vehicles and minibuses which are available between the hours of 6.

15am-6. 45pm Monday to Friday and 7am-5. 30pm on Saturday. We have double height bays outside the main entrance on Old Abingdon Road and further single height parking bays within the enclosed area opposite Go Outdoors which is in close proximity to the lifts at Redbridge Park and Ride station. Just thought I'd point out that as of the time of this post (Feb 2,2015) Old Abingdon Road is closed between Scirocco Way and Redbridge Station due to the building of the new development.

Redbridge station (A1260) is also closed due to works to rebuild the platform for the Elizabeth line. If you are travelling in a high-sided vehicle you will need to enter the car park via Old Abingdon Road, located opposite Go Outdoors. There is a drop off area at the very top of the car park next to entrance gate. We have had many requests to make our parking services available in the Redbridge area. Allow residents to check online calendar for refuse collection days without having to bring out the diary.

Height Restrictions

Please note that any vehicles over 1. 9m (6ft 3 inches) will not be able to access Redbridge Park and Ride car park due to height restrictions on the entrance. A dedicated area within Redbridge Park and Ride for high-sided vehicles has been provided in conjunction with the council at the entrance opposite Go Outdoors on Old Abingdon Road. The height restriction is for the safety of both our passengers and drivers and remains in place at other locations throughout the borough to prevent accidents or damage to property.

When parking at Redbridge Park and Ride please take care to ensure you do not block any pedestrian access points or bus bays. Whilst Blue Badge holders are permitted to park for free on a first come, first served basis car parks are not suitable for Blue Badge holders using mobility scooters. For this reason there is a dedicated bays for these vehicles via the entrance opposite Go Outdoors on Old Abingdon Road. Redbridge Park and Ride is part of the Go-Ahead Group.

Bus Fares, Bus Number And Stops

It’s pretty difficult to get around Oxford by bus without a map, let alone find where you need to be. Luckily for you, and the student population, there is a website that offers all the information needed to navigate your way around the town using the bus service. It’s called , and provides maps for all of Oxford’s routes so you don’t get lost, with all the bus stops numbered and bearing their names as well.

This makes it far easier for visitors to follow around town when sight-seeing or trying to find their destination. Stagecoach Buzz is the cheapest way to travel around Oxford. The standard fare on a single ticket costs £1. 70 which is good value as it covers all transportation within the city. The buses are not very often but they run regular services at times so there is always a bus for you to catch. It costs just £2 for travel for an entire day or anytime after 0930.

If you travel between 930am and 3pm, then it will cost you £1. 70 one-way, or £3 for a return ticket. There are a number of buses that are useful to visitors. These include the 8/8a from Oxford ( ) and the X4/X5 which both run from Faringdon, Wantage and Wallingford and serve Weston-on-the-Green and Henley. The 45/45A bus that runs from Dorchester, Banbury, Bicester, Oxford and Reading serves the area, as does the 43/43a bus from Carterton via Oxford and Cholsey.

Ashburton ( ) known as 'Ashburtons of Oxford', for up-to-date bus information and timetables. This has been included here because it is the relevant site for those travelling to Oxford from the north. Clifton Hampden ( ) located to the south of Oxford. The bus station is close to the A40 from Bath and Bristol. We are committed to providing an excellent bus service which makes it easier for you to get around.

Getting Here

Getting to the centre? There is limited parking on site so please bear this in mind. Our closest railway station is… Didcot Parkway which is reached by bus from Abingdon please see our Bus Schedule for times of services.         For those travelling by car, When you arrive at the Centre you will be directed into a large car park. If you are attending the Prayer Meeting (Friday 9pm) please do not park in any of the yellow bays identified especially for access to the Prayer Hall.

   Regular park-goers may wish to buy an annual Gold Card (which reduces your hourly charge to £1). This is a rather unexpected part of Oxford, yet it is located on the southern edge of the city. If you’re coming from Oxford Parkway or Didcot Parkway stations, all you have to do is travel south along the A34 for about five minutes and you’ll arrive. There are also regular buses connecting Redbridge with many parts of Oxford.

To arrive, take bus line 99 from Rewley Road stop E (close to the Westgate Centre) towards Botley or bus X90 from Woodstock Road stop G1 (near Woodstock Road shops). This is the site that has been most successful for me in the past. The site is located off the A34 from Abingdon, Didcot and Newbury. It is close to junction 11 of the M4. You can get there via the Bath Road (A420) from Oxford or from the M3 at junction 10.

If you take the A420 you will run through Barton and Cholsey.
. Getting to Redbridge is easy with many transport options available. The closest train station is Didcot Parkway which is a 15 minute walk from the E-Cell. The closest bus stop is in Redbridge itself at the bottom of the hill. Buses to and from Oxford can be caught from here. Great Cornard (Suffolk) Located about half way between Bury St Edmunds and Ipswich.

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Cash Using The Pay Machines On Site:

Car Parking Fees   £1. 85 per hour or £13. 60 per day.   Overnight Parking   £7. 50 per vehicle per night, for car parking  between 5pm and 10am where charges apply (some areas are free at night). Motorcycles: £5. 00 per motorcycle for the first 3 hours or part thereof, then £1. 85 per hour or part thereof thereafter, up to a maximum of 12 hours'stay in any 24-hour period, or £13.

60 for the whole day.  Note: motorcycles parked overnight will incur a charge of £7. 50 per bike per night (subject to a maximum charge of £27).     Vans No. Online: £2 parking for up to 3 hours you will be sent a text message to your mobile phone to say where to park and then you can pay by cash at the pay machine on site. The new service is called Garden Recycle.

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Combined Ticket

If you are travelling to Dublin by car, with two adults and up to three children, you can extend your parking for 12 hours and get a day return bus ticket for 6. 80. This combined ticket makes it convenient and avoids the hassle of selling the ticket at the end of your stay or having excess time on your parking ticket. There is no time limit on the bus ticket. If you go to a city centre using public transport, chances are you’ll need some way to get your car home.

The great news is that if you use out the day return bus ticket to reach a city centre, there’s currently a promotion where you can add on 2 car parking tickets and 6, This Is Redbridge ( 80 for the lot (made up of 4. 80 bus fare, 2 car parking cost). On this page you will find all information related to the Combined Ticket which means you can save money if you want to go more than just to the zoo.

 As a bonus London Zoo discount is also given on entrance tickets for those visiting only for the Animal Encounters in the afternoons and evenings. The ticket is valid for parking and return bus travel between 10 3am on one day. You can park all day but you can only travel after midnight. It's worth bearing in mind that there are no special buses for the weekend, so there is no night time service at the weekend either.

This combined ticket is available from local National Car Parks'pay by number machines that accept bank notes, as well as all Sainsbury's Local parking machines.  The car park ticket can also be used for parking at any other National Car Park within the UK. If you are going to London by car and do not wish to drive into the centre, you could pay for a day return bus ticket and use a car park at one of the train stations.


The Pay & Display machine located on site allows you to pay for a ticket and display it on your dashboard. The ticket is valid for the day or night up until midnight – depending on which period of time you purchase (in advance. ). Cash is king at the casino. There are numerous anonymous small denomination bills and coins that can be used for on and offsite purchases, including the Green Pay Paid Parking Machines.

Credit/Debit Card

The parking garage I go to never accepts credit cards for payments. If I didn’t have cash on me, I’d have to drive all the way back to the house or get down on my knees and beg a stranger for their hard earned spare change. That’s what makes it so interesting when I see people using their credit card in parking garages. Credit cards for you and me and cash only machines for parking only? What gives?.

Whether you're after a quick lunch or a shopping spree, there is nothing worse than not being able to pay because your credit/debit card isn't accepted. It's easy to spot which machines are meant only for card payments; they will have a white strip on the front and back of them and have the symbol below. You can also find these machines in the entrances of shops like Next, Vodafone and Boots. There is a machine located on the wall to your right as you enter the main entrance.

This is a credit/debit card machine which allows you to pay for parking by choosing one of the following. Always pay for your parking using the pay machine by the entrance, not near the exit. The latter will often charge you extra just because you used credit/debit card and not cash. Using the black pay machine next to the green cash only machines for parking only, but getting yelled at by parking control for doing so.

If you're willing to leave your house you can find a machine that accepts credit/debit cards. Cash. Using the green pay machines on site, for parking only. Cash machines are available on-site at Sandown only. Cash in the ATM machines, on site. The only car parks are at. We clearance out the house, doing away with wasted rooms, ​unnecessary stuff and clutter. We make room for greater things: fun, convenience, comfort, peace of mind. You cannot leave the car park until this has expired.


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