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Lincoln - Transport

Car Parking

There are 56 car parks operated by Lincoln City Council, all of which are pay and display and operate a pay by phone service in case you don’t have enough change. All but one accepts cards. A full list of their locations can be found at

All Lincoln’s car parks offer a discount rate for Blue Badge holders. For every hour bought, you will receive another hour free.

Railway Connections

Lincoln Central railway station is operated by East Midlands Trains who provide services alongside Northern Rail and East Coast.

Trains run direct to London Kings Cross, Nottingham, Derby, Leicester, Sheffield, Doncaster, Cleethorpes, Skegness, Peterborough and Grantham.

Bus Connections

Regular buses run across the city and to neighbouring towns and villages. Connecting the main services within the city, such as the County Hospital and supermarkets, the bus services run from the central bus station and are operated by Stagecoach and PC Coaches.  All PC Coach buses on regular routes, and the majority of Stagecoach buses, are wheelchair-accessible.

Walk & Ride

The Steep Hill Shuttle Walk and Ride service runs six days a week and connects key visitor attractions. Three buses run every hour.


There are a number of taxi firms in Lincoln, with many having offices within the city centre. Mark’s Passenger Services is a specialist transport firm with wheelchair-accessible vehicles.

Accessible Lincoln

Shopmobility, based at Lincoln bus station, loans powered scooters and both powered and manual wheelchairs on a daily basis.

There are two public conveniences which are wheelchair-accessible in Lincoln city centre: one in Castle Square and the other on Sincil Street.