OXFORD BUS COMPANY TO WITHDRAW PICKMEUP SERVICE FOLLOWING TWO YEAR PILOT SCHEME
Oxford Bus Company will be withdrawing the PickMeUp service after operation on Saturday 20th June, it confirmed today.The decision was not taken lightly and comes at the end of a two-year pilot scheme of the innovative ride sharing service. Oxford Bus Company worked hard to establish the service and has exhausted all external funding avenues to make it viable.PickMeUp was launched in June 2018 as
CONCESSIONARY BUS PASS USE ON PICKMEUP SERVICE
Updated: 01/04/2020On 1st April, further discussions took place regarding concessionary travel on PickMeUp service and a decision has been made by Oxfordshire County Council to continue supporting this scheme. As such, we will continue to accept concessionary bus pass travel on our PickMeUp service until further notice. Click here for details.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Managing your health and safety on board
We would like to reassure our customers that we are continuing to follow Public Health England (PHE) Advice and will continue to provide a running service in support of our community, particularly critical sector workers such as teachers, nurses and retail staff.
OXFORD BUS COMPANY’S PICKMEUP SERVICE SCOOPS COVETED BEST USE OF TECHNOLOGY AWARD
Oxford Bus Company’s innovative PickMeUp service has been rewarded at the respected Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce Annual Business Awards.It scooped the Best Use of Technology Award, following the successful introduction of PickMeUp in Oxford. The award recognises organisations that have fully exploited technology available to them to grow their business. Judges looked at how the use of technol
OXFORD BUS COMPANY’S PICKMEUP SERVICE CELEBRATES ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY
The Oxford Bus Company today celebrates its first anniversary of launching one of the UK’s largest demand responsive bus service.It has exceeded all forecasts, providing more than 140,000 rides over the last year for the 25,000 passengers who have downloaded the app and registered to travel across Oxford, and is now carrying an average of nearly 4,000 passengers per week. PickMeUp was the county's