The bus station is located in the center of Lincoln and has indoor seating, a modern cafe and toilets. The bus station sits between Lincoln Central Train Station and a multi-storey car park. Sincil Street is immediately near the entrance giving access directly to the city centre by foot.
Once the driver is ready to receive passengers the sliding doors by each bus stand open allowing passengers to exit the bus station building and step onto the bus. Find your bus stand below.
Lincoln Central Bus Station,
St Mary's Street, Lincoln,
Each bus is assigned to a stand in the bus station where you must wait for the bus. Waiting is carried out inside the building.
Stand O is the out of hours stand. You should wait at this stand for your bus outside of the normal opening hours of the bus station.
This is a list of facilities that can be enjoyed at the bus station in addition to getting the bus.
Upstairs in the Lincoln Bus Station visitors will find modern toilets and usually the Council may operate a charge at the turnstile for visitors to use them, this is usually 20p (charge may be different on the day of visit).
The Lincoln Bus Station is home to the city's first Changing Places Toilet for those with mobility problems. This accessible toilet has more space than the average cubicle and has specialised equipment including a hoist and height adjustable bench.
Each stand consist of a bank of seating to be used while waiting for your bus. There is also free WiFi with instructions on how to connect signposted around the building.
Serving breakfast, lunch and snacks from 7am until 5pm Monday to Saturday. There is also a wide selection of homemade cakes and specialty coffees, teas and drinks.
Immediately outside the Lincoln Bus Station is a Lincolnshire Co-op Food store open 6am to 11pm Monday to Sunday where food, refreshments and groceries are available.