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Lincoln Transport Hub

A significant regeneration project that will transform the city centre.

Latest update:

November 2017

Work on the Lincoln Transport Hub is progressing rapidly. Phase 1 of the new multistorey Central car park is now open with 522 spaces available and a further 479 spaces being released in phases throughout December. 

All road diversions are now lifted and St Marys Street and Oxford Street are open to two-way traffic. A new link road provides access to St Marys Street and Oxford Street from Pelham Bridge, accessed via the left turn from the bridge. The new link road also allows traffic to travel north from St Marys Street and Oxford Street.

Access to the Lincoln Central car park is by a second left turn off Melville Street. There is no access into the new car park from the new link road.

The exit from the Lincoln Central car park is on the south of the building, where it joins the new link road. 

The work to the bus station is progressing well, and it is hoped that this will be fully operational in January 2018. The opening date is to be confirmed.

The paving works to the station forecourt are complete and open to the public. The vehicular access and exit point to the station forecourt is now located to the west of the forecourt, near St Mary Le Wigford Church. Access into the Network Rail car park is now relocated to Oxford Street.

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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