Oxford Street Passenger Stats

The buses carry 43,000 through passengers a day, whilst there are around 175,000 daily boarders and alighters
The through passenger figure equates to around 13 million a year
Boarders and alighters on Oxford Street equate to 53 million a year

Current estimates from TfL’s bus ticketing data suggest around 2,000 Disabled Persons Freedom Pass holders travel to/from Oxford Street by bus each day

Current estimates from TfL’s bus ticketing data suggest around 8,500 non-disabled Freedom Pass holders (people aged 66 and over) travel to/from Oxford Street (OSW + OSE) by bus each day. They represent around 8.5% of all bus passengers

“Longer walking distances to relocated bus stops and services on Wigmore Street/North Row may disadvantage some of these bus users over the age of 65.” – TfL

What will changing buses look like at Marble Arch and Oxford Circus? How far will you need to walk between bus stops?


Read more about the impact on Bus Passengers here…Passenger Transport Monitor – Oxford Street pedestrianisation plans meet resistance


Watchdog warns Sadiq’s plans to part-pedestrianise Oxford Street will create “considerable hardship” for bus passengers

Transforming Oxford Street Part 1: The Bustterfly Effect

London cannot afford a bus service slowdown by Dave Hill