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Lincoln Transport Hub scheme

Lincoln Transport Hub

A significant regeneration project that will transform the city centre.

Latest update:

May 2017

Construction on the new car park and bus station is well under way, and the next step of the £30 million transport hub scheme is to begin work on the creation of the pedestrian plaza in front of the railway station, connecting it to the new facilities.

This work is due to start in St Mary’s Street on Thursday 4 May. To enable this to take place, the existing loop at the end of St Mary’s Street will be closed and a one-way route opened along Oxford Street to Pelham Bridge.

Access to Lincoln Central Station will remain from St Mary’s Street. However, all traffic leaving the station will need to turn right and follow the one-way road down Oxford Street.

Motorists not accessing the station are advised to continue to use the existing diversions.

Temporary taxi ranks will be on Wigford Way during the works.

March 2017

The structural frame for the multi-storey car park is up and the first steel frame of the bus station put into place at the end of this month.

January 2017 

Work is well under way on Lincoln Transport Hub. Demolition of the former Lincoln Bus Station is now complete and piling rigs have been brought on site to begin laying the foundations for the new bus station and multi-storey car park.


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Sponsors of this project

City of Lincoln Council Logo Colour
Greater Lincolnshire Local Enterprise Partnership
East Midlands Trains
Department for Transport
Lincolnshire County Council
Lincolnshire Coop
Network Rail