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Below you will find information about the works and how service changes will affect you, so that you can be prepared and plan your journeys without worry.
It is a project by Network Rail to improve Nottingham station and transform the railways around the city. Big changes to tracks and signalling will mean more reliable services and fewer delays at Nottingham station, and the railways will be able to cope with an increasing demand for rail travel in the future.
Careful planning has taken place to ensure we can keep people on the move throughout the works at Nottingham.Detailed summary of services to/from Nottingham from Saturday 20 July to Sunday 25 AugustTimetables including handy maps for all the affected routes to help you plan your journey
Timetables and route maps
East Midlands Parkway will be the main replacement station for Nottingham during 20 July - 25 August, 2013. Buses will take passengers between East Midlands Parkway and Nottingham. There are over 1,000 car parking spaces and parking costs just £6 per day. It's only 1 hour 34 minutes from London and is handily located on the A453 just off junction 24a of M1 . The postcode for your Sat Nav is NG11 0EE
Travel from East Midlands Parkway
We've tried our hardest to make sure there is a service to Skegness throughout this period, 23 days out of 37 we'll be running a train service and for 14 days we'll have a replacement bus service in place.For detailed information and maps to help you plan your journey.
Skegness Summer Services
All you need to know about the major disruptions at Nottingham Station between 20 July- 25 August is available here
Click to view the Nottingham Resignalling project FAQs
Be prepared for major disruptions at Nottingham Station between 20 July and 25 August 2013. Simply sign up here and select your origin and destination stations and we will send you regular updates so you can stay up to date and avoid worrying about travel over the Summer
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We are implementing an exciting development plan that will result in a better train station for everyone. Our plans include refurbishing and modernising Nottingham train station, building a new concourse, and linking the new Queen’s Road Multi-Storey Car Park and tram stop.
Read more about the Nottingham Hub Project
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