Environmental zone Oxford - Great Britain
The city of Oxford lies in the centre of southern England on the River Thames, northwest of London and southeast of Stratford upon Avon. With a population of over 151,000 on an area of 45.59 km², Oxford is one of England’s major cities. Oxford is the capital of the former county and the present Oxfordshire county.
It is best known as the seat of the oldest “University of Oxford” in the English-speaking world. The University’s rowing team is well known for its yearly competitions on the River Thames against the team of the University of Cambridge.
The environmental zone of Oxford entered into force on 01.01.2014.
Further information can be obtained by clicking on the map on the left. Please refer to the table below to find out which driving restrictions apply to which types of vehicle at which times of the day and week in the environmental zone or use or Green-Zones app.
Table overview of the environmental zone
Botley Road east of Earl Street, Frideswide Square, Hollybush Row, Park End Street, Hythe Bridge Street, Worcester Street, George Street, Gloucester Green Bus Station, Beaumont Street, Magdalen Street West, Magdalen Street East, Broad Street, St Giles, New Road, Queen Street, Castle Street, Old Greyfriars Street, Speedwell Street, Thames Street, St Aldates, High Street, Longwall Street, the Plain, St Clements Street and Cowley Road north of Circus Street.