A bus has broken down outside Oxford's train station.

The Stagecoach bus was spotted outside the station in Park End Street at around 12.15pm on Thursday afternoon.

Two workers were aiming to repair the bus, stationed on either side of the vehicle.

The bus was lifted by a tow truck as part of recovery efforts. 

Issues for other buses arriving at the station became apparent as they tried to turn in and park only to find less room to operate.

This incident is the latest for Oxford's buses after Oxford Bus Company recently announced that buses heading to airports will likely be diverted due to heavy traffic in the city.

Due to the ongoing congestion around St. Clement's at peak times, Oxford Bus Company warned that services may alter.

These changes will see coaches diverted via Headley Way, Marston Ferry Road and Banbury Road to Gloucester Green bus station to avoid getting caught in the area.

As a result, the stops at Brookes University, St. Clements, Queens Lane and St. Aldates may be missed when operating the diverted route.

A spokesperson for Oxford Bus Company said: “Between 9pm on Friday, March 15, and 6am on Monday, March 18, the M25 motorway be closed between Junctions 10 and 11.

“During this time we are anticipating significant disruption to airline services.”