A number of buses serve Caversfield including:
Elmsbrook Bus – E1
The Elmsbrook bus (E1) is run by Grayline Coaches and the timetable is available here.
Oxford – Bicester – Milton Keynes – Bedford
The bus stops are either side of the A4421 near the Garden Quarter / Bicester Heritage. More details about the route and timetable are available on the Stagecoach X5 website
Two S5 buses to Oxford are available from the Caversfield Turn early in the morning. The timetable can be found on the Stagecoach website.
The Oxfordshire Comet
This is a bus which can be booked by individuals
It is a not for profit service, created to allow people without suitable access to public transport to make the journeys they want and can be booked for any type of trip. Whether it’s to meet friends in town, travel across the county, attend an appointment or pop to the shops. The service is available 10.15am – 2.30pm Monday to Friday (not Bank Holidays). More information can be found on Oxfordshire County Council’s website
Route numbers 8, 22 and 23
Sadly route 8 from Bicester to Northampton via Brackley, and Routes 22 and 23 have been discontinued due to the cuts from Oxfordshire County Council
A wider range of buses can be taken from the centre of Bicester
A local bus map is available on Oxfordshire County Council’s website
An Oxfordshire-wide map is also available
Real-time information is also available on the bus routes at www.oxontime.com/
Chiltern Railways run the services
There are trains to London Marylebone from both Bicester North and Bicester Village (formerly Bicester Town) stations with parking available at both stations (don’t forget to check your return train to make sure you go back to the station where you parked your car).
Trains to Birmingham go from Bicester North.
The Bicester Village station has been updated and the line towards Oxford has been upgraded to dual tracks. It currently terminates at Oxford Parkway, but will be extended to Oxford in due course.