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Oxford Tube logoOxford Tube to London from 18 returnIncl Hillingdon, Shep Bush, N'ing Hill, Marble Arch & Victoria

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Get single adult coach tickets between London and Oxford for 15 (18rtn), single student and over-60s tickets for 11 (14 rtn) or under-16s for 7.50 (9rtns) on the Oxford Tube Coach service. Pickups and drops-offs are from London, Hillingdon, Lewknor and Oxford.

You can buy tickets and passes for a month in advance from the driver and the service's full range of tickets can be bought on the Oxford Tube website, by phone or from the Gloucester Green travel shop.
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Transport for London logoFree travel for London Marathon runnersNo need to buy a ticket, just show your race number to staff

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Sometimes getting to the London Marathon can be as tough as the race itself, but one bonus of being a runner is you can get free public transport on most services within London and on some services to and from the capital on race day.

Here's a list of services giving marathon runners (but not spectators) free travel on Sun 23 Apr. You don't need to get a ticket, just show your race number to staff.

  • Transport for London - runners can travel for free on London Underground, London buses, London Overground, DLR and trams until 6.30pm. If you're a race official or on-duty St John Ambulance volunteer you can also travel for free on these services by showing your officials' course pass or tabard.
  • Southeastern - runners get free travel from Cannon Street to the start lines at Greenwich or Maze Hill, and from London Bridge, Charing Cross, Waterloo East, Victoria or Lewisham to the start line at Blackheath.
  • c2c - runners get free travel between Essex and London.
  • Chiltern Railways - runners get free travel on London Marylebone services.
  • Oxford Tube - runners get free travel on coaches between Oxford and London on Sat 22 Apr (if you're travelling down the day before the race) and Sun 23 Apr. Show your race number to the driver.
  • Oxford Bus Company - runners can travel free on the X90 coach service between Oxford and London.
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