Queens Drive Park & Ride Site – Update for NCT Navy 49 Customers
1 month ago
Following a site meeting between Nottingham City Council, Western Power Distribution and other partners, NCT has been notified that Queens Drive Park & Ride Site is highly unlikely to re-open during week commencing 2nd March 2020.
The flooding of Queens Drive Park & Ride Site is the worst experienced in over 20 years and Nottingham City Council and partners are working as quickly as they safely can to re-open the site.
The assessment for necessary repair work and/or the replacement of damaged facilities is on-going and Western Power Distribution strongly advise that power should not be made available to the site whilst a flood alert remains in place and until certain repairs to the site electrics are completed. Damage also extends to the Eco-hub which hosts customer toilets and a refurbishment of these facilities is underway.
Until Queens Drive Park & Ride Site is open, Navy 49 will continue to by-pass the site but continue to serve Boots, Thane Road, Experian and Electric Avenue. With the closure of Crocus Street – due to Clifton Bridge Works – buses towards City will continue to divert via Meadows Way West.
Racecourse Park & Ride – located at NG2 4BE – is available as an alternative site for people travelling in to the City Centre. Red 44 operates every 10 minutes during the Monday to Saturday daytime and is also £4 per car (up to 5 people). The Racecourse Site is open from 6am until 8.30pm.
Customers who use Queens Drive for Medilink should contact CT4N for details of changes to this service.
Our apologies for the inconvenience caused and thank you for your continued patience.