Mike Hogg, First Great Western, David Sexton, Department for Transport; Simon Maple, Network Rail; Cllr Ian Hudspeth, leader of Oxfordshire County Council and Cllr Bob Price, leader of Oxford City Council

The masterplan has been developed following significant input from stakeholders and a public exhibition was held on 1 and 2 August 2014, setting out the proposals. You can look at the information from the exhibition online. If you have any questions, or would like to comment on the proposals, please contact us.

Go on our virtual tour and see what the station, conscourse and platforms could look like.


You can view the masterplan in sections: -  Summary - Background - Brief  - Site analysis - Transport and option development - Masterplan - Transport solutions - Next steps - Appendix 1 - Strategic options - Appendix 2 - Developed options - Apendix 3 + 4 - Stakeholder consultation and technical transport notes 

The masterplan was launched on 24 July 2014 and here are presentations from the event:

Oxford Station is a gateway to the city, but is in need of significant upgrading, in terms of operational performance and passenger provision. Plans to redevelop the station have intensified over the past few years, as it has become clear that long-term needs will soon outstrip the station’s capacity.

The masterplan outlines the long-term vision for the station and its surrounding area. The intention is to deliver a new multi-modal interchange station that meets Oxford’s long-term rail needs and is of high quality because it’s an important gateway to the city.

With so many organisations involved it’s important there is coordination. The masterplan ensures proposals compliment each other and contribute to a station the city can be proud of. The masterplan also links to the wider regeneration of the West End particularly Frideswide Square, Oxpens and Westgate Centre.

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