Route from Peterborough to Oxford

The distance between Peterborough and Oxford is 85 miles. Travel time is 1 hour and 40 minutes.

From: Peterborough, County: Cambridgeshire, England
To: Oxford, County: Oxfordshire, England
85 mi , 1 h 40 min
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Route from Peterborough to Oxford on map



Driving directions from Peterborough to Oxford

85 mi 1 h 40 min
1.
Head south on Rivergate (A15)
475 ft
2.
Turn left to stay on Rivergate (A15)
75 ft
3.
Turn left onto Town Bridge (A15)
412 ft
4.
Continue onto London Road
1294 ft
5.
Keep right onto London Road
0.6 mi
6.
Turn right onto Celta Road
1175 ft
7.
Enter the roundabout and take the 1st exit onto Morley Way
109 ft
8.
Exit the roundabout onto Morley Way
0.5 mi
9.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto Morley Way
183 ft
10.
Exit the roundabout onto Morley Way
772 ft
11.
Enter Orton East Interchange and take the 1st exit
37 ft
12.
Exit the roundabout
1123 ft
13.
Merge right onto Nene Parkway (A1260)
881 ft
14.
Enter Hampton Roundabout and take the 3rd exit
749 ft
15.
Exit the roundabout
1228 ft
16.
Merge right onto Fletton Parkway (A1139)
2.1 mi
17.
Enter Fletton Parkway Interchange and take the 2nd exit onto A605
554 ft
18.
Exit the roundabout onto A605
669 ft
19.
Enter the roundabout and take the 1st exit onto A605
172 ft
20.
Exit the roundabout onto A605
4.8 mi
21.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto A605
146 ft
22.
Exit the roundabout onto A605
2 mi
23.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto A605
110 ft
24.
Exit the roundabout onto A605
4 mi
25.
Enter Lilford Crossroads and take the 2nd exit onto A605
114 ft
26.
Exit the roundabout onto A605
2.7 mi
27.
Enter the roundabout and take the 1st exit onto A605
85 ft
28.
Exit the roundabout onto A605
0.6 mi
29.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto A605
115 ft
30.
Exit the roundabout onto A605
826 ft
31.
Enter Thrapston Interchange and take the 2nd exit onto A45
428 ft
32.
Exit the roundabout onto A45
2.9 mi
33.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto A45
297 ft
34.
Exit the roundabout onto A45
2 mi
35.
Enter Stanwick Roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto A45
168 ft
36.
Exit the roundabout onto A45
2.7 mi
37.
Enter Skew Bridge Roundabout and take the 3rd exit onto Higham Road (A45)
196 ft
38.
Exit the roundabout onto Higham Road (A45)
4.2 mi
39.
Take the ramp on the left onto A45
9.7 mi
40.
Take the ramp on the left
1207 ft
41.
Enter Queen Eleanor Roundabout and take the 4th exit onto Mereway (A5076)
814 ft
42.
Exit the roundabout onto Mereway (A5076)
0.8 mi
43.
Make a slight left
253 ft
44.
Keep left onto Danes Camp Way (A5076)
0.8 mi
45.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto Danes Camp Way (A5076)
266 ft
46.
Exit the roundabout onto Danes Camp Way (A5076)
0.4 mi
47.
Keep left onto A5123
1 mi
48.
Keep left onto A43
901 ft
49.
Keep left onto A43
5.5 mi
50.
Enter Towcester Roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto A43
156 ft
51.
Exit the roundabout onto A43
0.8 mi
52.
Enter Abthorpe Roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto A43
138 ft
53.
Exit the roundabout onto A43
9.2 mi
54.
Enter the roundabout and take the 1st exit onto Brackley Bypass (A43)
63 ft
55.
Exit the roundabout onto Brackley Bypass (A43)
1.1 mi
56.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto A43
143 ft
57.
Exit the roundabout onto A43
0.8 mi
58.
Keep left onto A43
0.7 mi
59.
Enter the roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto A43
156 ft
60.
Exit the roundabout onto A43
1.1 mi
61.
Enter Barleymow Roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto A43
183 ft
62.
Exit the roundabout onto A43
3.2 mi
63.
Enter Baynard's Green Roundabout and take the 2nd exit onto A43
221 ft
64.
Exit the roundabout onto A43
0.6 mi
65.
Take exit 10 towards M40: Bicester Central
0.5 mi
66.
Merge right onto M40
4.8 mi
67.
Take exit 9 on the left towards A41: Bicester Central
0.3 mi
68.
Enter Wendlebury Interchange and take the 3rd exit onto A34
1021 ft
69.
Exit the roundabout onto A34
6.1 mi
70.
Take the ramp on the left towards A44: Oxford
0.3 mi
71.
Enter Peartree Roundabout and take the 1st exit onto Woodstock Road (A44)
207 ft
72.
Exit the roundabout onto Woodstock Road (A44)
0.5 mi
73.
Enter Wolvercote Roundabout and take the 3rd exit onto Woodstock Road (A4144)
226 ft
74.
Exit the roundabout onto Woodstock Road (A4144)
2.2 mi
75.
Turn right onto Little Clarendon Street
714 ft
76.
Turn left onto Walton Street
1083 ft
77.
Turn right onto Worcester Street (A4144)
457 ft
78.
Continue slightly left onto Hythe Bridge Street (A4144)
1051 ft
79.
Turn left onto Frideswide Square
102 ft
80.
Turn right onto Hollybush Row (A420)
633 ft
81.
Continue onto Oxpens Road (A420)
1158 ft
82.
Continue onto Thames Street (A420)
909 ft
83.
Turn left
106 ft
84.
Turn right onto Speedwell Street
740 ft
85.
Turn left onto St Aldate's (A420)
1292 ft
86.
You have arrived at your destination, on the left
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How much does it cost to drive from Peterborough to Oxford?

Well, using petrol, it's £14.7. The petrol price we're talking about here is 143 pence per liter, and the car guzzles up 37.5 miles per gallon. Now, if you're carpooling with two buddies, each of you only chips in £7.35 for the trip (£14.7 divided by 2). With three mates, it's about £4.9 each (£14.7 divided by 3), and if you've got a full car of four, it's only £3.68 each (£14.7 divided by 4). The fuel cost for the journey is calculated based on how far you're driving and how much fuel your car drinks up. So, for this journey, you'd need about 10.3 liters of fuel. And that's where the £14.7 comes from for the trip from Peterborough to Oxford.

 

One thing that can affect car fuel consumption is tire air pressure for the following reasons:

  1. Rolling Resistance: Properly inflated tires have less rolling resistance, meaning they require less energy to keep the vehicle moving. This reduces the workload on the engine and improves fuel efficiency. On the other hand, under-inflated tires increase rolling resistance, forcing the engine to work harder and consuming more fuel.

  2. Optimal Performance: Tires that are inflated to the manufacturer's recommended pressure level ensure optimal performance and fuel efficiency. Deviating from this recommended pressure level, either by under-inflating or over-inflating the tires, can lead to decreased fuel efficiency.

  3. Tire Wear: Improper tire inflation can cause uneven tire wear, which can further increase rolling resistance and fuel consumption. Regularly checking and maintaining proper tire pressure can help prevent premature tire wear and maintain fuel efficiency.

  4. Handling and Stability: Properly inflated tires also contribute to better handling and stability, especially during cornering and braking. This can lead to smoother driving, which in turn can help improve fuel efficiency by reducing the need for sudden acceleration or braking maneuvers.

  5. Environmental Impact: Maintaining proper tire pressure is not only beneficial for fuel efficiency but also reduces tire wear and extends tire life. This helps reduce the environmental impact associated with tire disposal and manufacturing, contributing to overall sustainability.

Overall, maintaining proper tire air pressure is essential for optimal fuel efficiency, vehicle performance, and safety. Regularly checking and adjusting tire pressure according to the manufacturer's recommendations can help drivers save fuel and reduce their environmental footprint.


Diesel cost from Peterborough to Oxford.

The trip with diesel fuel costs 9.3 £ (151p/lt, 62.7 mpg).
For 2 passengers: 4.65 £ (9.3/2) /p.
For 3 passengers: 3.1 £ (9.3/3) /p.
For 4 passengers: 2.33 £ (9.3/4) /p.


Alternative routes from Peterborough to Oxford

The second route from Peterborough to the Oxford is 94.67 miles and takes 1 hour and 49 minutes.

The third route from Peterborough to the Oxford is 84.86 miles and takes 1 hour and 44 minutes.


Which is the cheapest route from Peterborough to Oxford by car?

The cheapest route from Peterborough to Oxford is the suggested route (0ft, ) and costs £ (petrol fuel cost, 143p/lt, 37.5mpg).

The second cheapest route from Peterborough to Oxford is the suggested route (0ft, ) and costs £.

The most expensive route from Peterborough to Oxford is the suggested route (0ft, ) and costs £.

For greater safety, the driver should choose the route that passes through the highway (median barrier) and not through smaller roads (curves in the road, bad road conditions, no median barrier).


How to get from Peterborough to Oxford?

There are three suggested routes. The fastest route is 85mi (distance from Peterborough to Oxford) and its duration is 1h 40min. The other route is 85mi, and its duration is 1h 44min. The slowest route is 95mi, and its duration is 1h 49min.

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Where is Peterborough located?

Peterborough is located in Cambridgeshire county and in England. It is situated at an altitude of 8 meters above sea level. Peterborough has coordinates 52.5694985o,-0.2405299o. RouteCalculator provides a map of Peterborough from which you can plan your trips to other UK cities.


What is the location of Oxford?

Oxford is located in Oxfordshire county and in England. It is situated at an altitude of 67 meters above sea level. Oxford has coordinates 51.7520209o,-1.2577263o. RouteCalculator provides a map of Oxford from which you can plan your trips to other UK cities.