Bosses at Stagecoach in Oxfordshire are taking a look at how they can fill the gap left by the scrapping of the X90.

Last week Oxford Bus Company stunned passengers by informing them that the X90 would end on January 4.

The decision put pressure on commuters who use the X90 route to look at alternatives, including taking Stagecoach's Oxford Tube or the train.

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Stagecoach has been looking at its options and says it won't put prices up on Oxford Tube tickets until 'spring 2020'.

Oxford Mail:

Today it also announced the possibility of introducing new links to Baker Street in the New Year.

Chris Coleman, managing director for Stagecoach in Oxfordshire and the Oxford Tube, said: We have reviewed the situation and recognise that our current passengers on the Oxford Tube, along with those affected by the withdrawal of the X90, are concerned about capacity issues and affordability of the service for the future.

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“We would like to reassure customers that we are looking at enhancing the current Oxford Tube timetable to increase capacity along with the possibility of introducing new links to Baker Street in the New Year.

Oxford Mail:

“With regards to fares, we will be operating with the current fares and have no plans to change these in the immediate future and will review as part of our annual fares review in Spring 2020.

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“We will be releasing more details in due course and in the meantime will continue to operate the Oxford Tube to the current timetable, operating 24 hours a day 7 days a week."