PO Box 10, Oxford, OX1 1EN
Tel 01865 249811
There are access restrictions for cars within Oxford city centre, particularly for traffic coming into the centre from the East, along the High Street. For quick and easy access to the city centre you should use one of Oxford's 5 Park and Ride sites for parking.
Information about locations and charges for Oxford city centre car parks.
Information about locations and charges for car parks outside Oxford city centre.
Information about locations and charges for car parks in Council run parks.
Information about parking charges in Council run car parks.
Information about paying for car parking charges by phone using RingGo.
Information about on-street parking spaces in Oxford. On-street pay-and-display parking in Oxford (e.g. on St Giles and Broad Street) is operated by Oxfordshire County Council.
Information about how to pay for parking fines and make an appeal.
With the increasing popularity of electric vehicles and a widening number of options available to buyers there is an opportunity for improving and promoting the EV sharing infrastructure across Oxford; installing renewable energy powered fast-charging points (e.g. charging points powered by solar PV) which would make fuelling EVs carbon neutral.
Currently in Oxford EV charging points are available at several Oxford City Council car parks and Oxfordshire County Council Park and Ride sites, which are listed below:
Please note: Due to the forthcoming site redevelopment, the EV charge point in St Clement's car park has been removed.
There is a charge of £50 for a tag which gives you access to all the charging points in Oxford, Cambridge, Milton Keynes and Hillingdon for 12 months.
Full details can be found on the Chargemaster website.
Page last updated 22 April 2013