Update: Stagecoach buses getting back to normal after snow and ice delays

STAGECOACH bus services in the west and north of Oxfordshire are getting back to normal after being disrupted by poor road conditions earlier today.

The S3 between Oxford, Woodstock, Chalrbury and Chipping Norton is now able to serve Combe, but buses still cannot use Cornish Road in Chipping Norton.

The 242 between Witney and Woodstock is now able to run via North Leigh.

The X8 is only running between Chipping Norton and Kingham railway station, with extensions into the Wychwoods villages suspended.

The X9 is running hourly between Witney and Charlbury.

The B5 Banbury town route has resumed normal service.

The 488 between Chipping Norton and Banbury is serving main roads only.

The S4 between Oxford and Banbury cannot serve Duns Tew.

Oxford city routes and the Oxford Tube are running normally.

For updates, see @Stagecoach_Ox

 

 

 

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10:59pm Sat 23 Mar 13

Myron Blatz says...

It's absolutely disgusting - a bit of snow and ice for a few days, and Oxford's public transport system seems to fall-apart! Ok, so this may arguably be the 'worst March for 51 years' but some of the City and County bus services can't even seem to cope in good weather, when it's nice and sunny! This, especially with regard to the old, tired and allegedly eco-unfriendly buses on several routes across Oxford, and which I heard one passenger complain about over Christmas as a ''living transport museum for which passengers have to endure, and pay to use.' I couldn't possibly comment, Prime Minister!
It's absolutely disgusting - a bit of snow and ice for a few days, and Oxford's public transport system seems to fall-apart! Ok, so this may arguably be the 'worst March for 51 years' but some of the City and County bus services can't even seem to cope in good weather, when it's nice and sunny! This, especially with regard to the old, tired and allegedly eco-unfriendly buses on several routes across Oxford, and which I heard one passenger complain about over Christmas as a ''living transport museum for which passengers have to endure, and pay to use.' I couldn't possibly comment, Prime Minister! Myron Blatz
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