Roadworks will cause disruption to buses

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First published in News

Some buses travelling to Oxford city centre will be diverted because of roadworks today and tomorrow.

The work will be carried out around the Carfax area and bus stops G5, I2 and I3 will be closed between 7pm and 7am on both days. Services that usually stop at I2 or I3 – city3, city5, city13, city23 and X13 – will serve bus stop I1 outside NatWest Bank.

Services to G5 will stop at G4 instead.

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10:48am Mon 4 Aug 14

Neonlights says...

So much for that prat from the Council last week telling people to use the bus to ease congestion on Oxford's roads then.
So much for that prat from the Council last week telling people to use the bus to ease congestion on Oxford's roads then. Neonlights
  • Score: 2

11:15am Mon 4 Aug 14

gas465 says...

Its only between 7pm & 7am, and there are no diversions. Wonder why it says there is?
Its only between 7pm & 7am, and there are no diversions. Wonder why it says there is? gas465
  • Score: 0

2:51pm Mon 4 Aug 14

Major Rhode-Werks says...

gas465 wrote:
Its only between 7pm & 7am, and there are no diversions. Wonder why it says there is?
Because it's the Oxford Mail, that's why
[quote][p][bold]gas465[/bold] wrote: Its only between 7pm & 7am, and there are no diversions. Wonder why it says there is?[/p][/quote]Because it's the Oxford Mail, that's why Major Rhode-Werks
  • Score: 1

5:18pm Mon 4 Aug 14

King Joke says...

Neonlights wrote:
So much for that prat from the Council last week telling people to use the bus to ease congestion on Oxford's roads then.
Why? It will still be better than half the County descending on the area in singly-occupied cars.
[quote][p][bold]Neonlights[/bold] wrote: So much for that prat from the Council last week telling people to use the bus to ease congestion on Oxford's roads then.[/p][/quote]Why? It will still be better than half the County descending on the area in singly-occupied cars. King Joke
  • Score: -2

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