Full details of the new Oxford Tube service from West Oxfordshire to London have been finalised.

Stagecoach West is adding new connections from Carterton, Witney, Eynsham and High Wycombe to the 24-hour coach service which runs to the capital.

The new services will start on October 23 with a choice of four morning weekday departures from Carterton, Witney and Eynsham. 

The route will bypass Oxford city centre, stopping at Thornhill Park and Ride before travelling to Hillingdon and via Baker Street to London Victoria.

Additional coaches in the fleet mean the frequency of the popular service from the centre of Oxford to London is also being improved.

It will operate up to every 8 to 12 minutes on a Saturday (10 to 15 minutes Monday to Friday) and up to every 20 minutes into the night.

Stagecoach West managing director Rachel Geliamassi said: “We’re delighted to be expanding the reach of our ever-popular Oxford Tube service to West Oxfordshire, meaning even more passengers can travel into London easily, comfortably, sustainably and at a great price.

"Air con, super comfy seats, tables and charging points make our Oxford Tube an incredibly attractive option when travelling into London.

“Our new stops in West Oxfordshire make daily commutes simpler for those currently having to make their way into the centre of Oxford to pick up the service. They can now start their journeys much closer to home.”

The service has previously only run from stops in Oxford and Lewknor, in South Oxfordshire, to London.

For prices and tickets, go to  www.oxfordtube.com