Convenience from Every Direction
Nestled in the northwest section of Mississippi, Oxford sits a mere 70 miles southeast of Memphis. As part of Lafayette County, the community has easy access to a wealth of major roadways, including State Highway 6 linking commuters to U.S. 45, U.S. 78 and Interstate 55, and State Highway 7, 9, 314, 315, 331, 328 and 334.
Oxford affords one local airport, equipped with a 5,600-foot runway and is conveniently located approximately 50 minutes for the Tupelo Regional Airport and one hour from the Memphis International Airport. Additionally, the Mississippi Central Railroad provides connections to the Burlington Northern Railway at Holly Springs, Mississippi, and the Norfolk Southern Railway at Grand Junction in Tennessee.
In October 2008, the City of Oxford and the University of Mississippi proudly introduced the Oxford University Transit system (OUT) to the community with regular routes serving the Oxford and University of Mississippi community. The OUT system is committed to providing safe, customer-focused and efficient mobility solutions for the city of Oxford and the University of Mississippi. The system employs 23 employees to manage the 14 buses covering five different routes serving the Oxford and University communities. They are: Blue, Red, Green, Yellow and Orange (Orange does not run in summer). For OUT routes and schedules go to www.oxfordms.net/out/schedule.htm or call 662-234-3540.