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INNOVATION FORUM 2017 - LEADERS CONFERENCE

Directions & Parking

The Innovation Forum Leaders Conference is hosted at The University of Oxford Examination Schools, 75 – 81 The High Street, Oxford, OX1 4BG which is centrally located in Oxford with good access to public transport and parking spaces.

The main entrance to the Examination Schools faces the High Street.

 

If you’re coming by bus

The central bus station (Gloucester Green Bus Station) is a 13 minute walk from the Examination Schools.  If you’re coming from London, the Queen’s Lane bus stop is immediately in front of the Examination Schools.

  • A taxi ride from the bus station will take 10 minutes. Taxis can be hired from Gloucester Green Town Square, immediately east of the bus station, and will cost approximately £5.
  • Various bike share schemes are also available (Pony Bike, Ofo, oBike, Mobike, Oxonbike).

 

If you’re coming by train

The Oxford train station is a 20 minute walk from the Examination Schools.

  • A taxi ride from the train station will take 10 minutes. Taxis can be hired from the station entrance and will cost approximately £8.
  • Various bike share schemes are also available (Pony Bike, Ofo, oBike, Mobike, Oxonbike).
  • Brompton bikes can also be hired from the train station.

 

If you’re coming by car

There is no car parking on site.  The nearest city centre car parks are St Clements car park, which is an 8 minute walk from the Examination Schools, and the Gloucester Green car park, which is a 13 minute walk from the Examination Schools.

There is also a Park and Ride system, providing bus travel to the city centre from various suburban car parks. Buses can either be taken to the central bus station (Gloucester Green) or to the nearest bus stop to the Examination Schools (Queen’s Lane).  The Thornhill Park and Ride is east of city centre, the Redbridge Park and Ride is south of city centre, the Seacourt Park and Ride is west of city centre, and the Pear Tree and Water Eaton Park and Rides are north of city centre.

Parkopedia is a website that comes in handy to check for additional parking spaces.

Disabled parking is also available closer to the Examination Schools (click here for Oxford City Centre Parking Map for People with Disabilities).

 

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