|Distance||57 miles (92 km)|
|Average bus duration||3 h 27 min|
|Average bus ticket price||$23 (€19)|
Buses from Lincoln to Leeds cover the 57 miles (92 km) long journey taking on average 3 h 27 min with our travel partners like. There are direct bus services available. While the average ticket price for this journey costs around $23 (€19), you can find the cheapest bus ticket for as low as $23 (€19). Travelers depart most frequently from Lincoln Central and arrive in Leeds, Kirgate Coach Stop.
Lincoln and Leeds are 57 miles (92 km) apart, and bus journeys to Leeds from Lincoln take just under 7 hours. National Express is the only bus company operating buses in this route. Each day there are five National Express buses providing safe and comfortable travel to Leeds from Lincoln.
On average, passengers can expect to spend slightly under 7 hours in buses from Lincoln to Leeds. However, depending on which bus passengers book, the journey can last slightly longer or shorter. Faster buses take just under 6 hours to cover the distance. Commuters who book seats on connecting buses should expect to arrive in Leeds in 7 hours.
Although National Express is the only bus company operating buses from Lincoln to Leeds, passengers plying this route have plenty of options. Every weekday, there are at least five buses departing for Leeds from Lincoln. On weekends this number rises to eight. As such, there over forty buses heading to Leeds from Lincoln every week. Among the departures, there is an early morning bus and an evening bus. By taking the early morning bus, commuters can arrive in Leeds just in time for lunch. Though most of the buses head directly to Leeds, there some connecting buses travelers can take should they wish to cut down on travel expenses.
Departure station: Lincoln Central Bus Station. To board buses from Lincoln to Leeds, travelers will have to make their way to this station on St Mary's Street, sandwiched between a multi-storey car park and Lincoln Central Train Station. In the station, commuters have access to a seating area and cafés where they can wait for their departure time. Other amenities in the station include cash points, storage lockers, WiFi, and bathrooms.
Arrival station: Leeds City Bus Station. On arrival, passengers will alight at this station where there's a taxi rank and plenty of other buses to take travelers to other parts of Leeds. Some of the facilities available include a baby changing area, cash points, Information Help Points, photo booths, bathrooms, cafés, WiFi, and a shopping center.
Travelers heading to Leeds from Lincoln by bus will be taken by National Express. Even though National Express are the only operator in this route, commuters are guaranteed of top-notch services with a smooth journey. There are at least five daily National Express buses from Lincoln to Leeds. National Express offer both direct and connecting trips: direct buses are the better option for commuters who want to travel in the shortest time possible and avoid the hassle of transfers; for those who wish to cut on travel expenses and do not mind spending more time on the road, the connecting buses are suitable.
National Express offers its customers maximum convenience on the Lincoln-Leeds route, with both early morning buses and evening buses. The early morning bus gets travelers in Leeds early enough to attend to their affairs of the day. Travelers who have an early morning appointment in Leeds can take the evening bus and spend the night there.
All passengers traveling on National Express buses from Lincoln to Leeds do not have to worry about luggage. For each ticket, there is a luggage allocation of one carry-on hand luggage, as well as two medium-sized suitcases of dimensions 70 cm × 45 cm × 30 cm or one large suitcase of dimensions 70 cm × 50 cm × 32 cm. Passenger with any special luggage requirements should communicate in advance and be prepared to incur extra charges. The modern buses by National Express have large well-spaced seats, and the passengers even have some legroom to ensure maximum comfort during the journey. For passengers who wish to entertain themselves while in transit, the buses have WiFi, and each seat has a dedicated power outlet in case your device is running low on power. The safety of passengers is the main priority for National Express, which is why all their buses have onboard technologies such as Alco-lock, CCTV, Drivecam, and Traffilog. The Alco-lock ensures that the engine cannot start until the driver passes an alcohol test. The buses also have a bus tracker that allows a passenger to track the location of the bus at any moment by keying in their ticket number in the National Express website.
There are a few bus stations in Lincoln to start your trip from including Lincoln, Rail Station Car Park, Lincoln, City Bus Station (Saint Mary’s Street) and Lincoln. In Leeds you have a few bus station options to choose from for your arrival including Leeds, Kirgate Coach Stop, Leeds, York Street and Leeds, Coach Station.
Omio customers traveling this route depart most frequently from Lincoln Central and arrive in Leeds, Kirgate Coach Stop.
Passengers booking this trip most frequently board their buses from Lincoln Central and need to travel around 0.1 miles (121 m) from the city center to get to this bus station.
Passengers arriving in Leeds most often arrive at Leeds, Kirgate Coach Stop and need to travel around 0.4 miles (685 m) from this bus station to the city center.