About Thornhill Park & Ride
With approximately 1,335 spaces, Thornhill Park & Ride is located off the A40 from Thame, Aylesbury, High Wycombe, London and the M40 to the east of the city, just before the ring road.
There is a 2.1 metres (6ft 11 inches) height restriction at this Park & Ride. Please use Redbridge Park & Ride, where there is a separate entrance with no height restriction for coaches, lorries, motor homes and other high-sided vehicles.
There is a terminal building open from 6.30am to 11.30pm offering toilets, tea/coffee facilities and a waiting room.
Good to know
- All Park and Ride sites are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- Vehicles can be left overnight with a maximum stay of 72 hours.
- Separate charges apply for parking and bus fare unless purchasing a ‘Combined ticket’.
- Payment must be made on arrival.
- This car park accepts payment by cash and cards via dedicated machines. Use the green pay machines for cash and the black pay machines for Credit/debit cards.
- This car park also accepts payment via RingGo telephone service on 01865 989000 and the RingGo phone app. The location code for this car park is 3924.
- There is free parking for Blue Badge holders.
- English national concessionary bus passes for the over 60s and disabled people are accepted on Park and Ride buses.
- There is a designated parking area for motorcycles where parking is free. However, standard charges apply if using a normal car parking bay.
- Monthly, quarterly and annual permits are available.
- You can pay for parking and a day return bus ticket into Oxford.
- There are two dedicated combined ticket machines located at each Park & Ride. These are positioned separately from the Green and Black parking-only machines.
- You must enter your full vehicle registration when buying a ticket. You do not have to display the ticket in your vehicle, and it can be presented to the driver for travel on the bus.
- The combined ticket machines will accept coins and card payments.
- This ticket is not available on services to the hospitals, as the travel route is only into the city centre.