Close to Newcastle city centre, Quorum Park is highly accessible for all forms of transport.
The A1, A19, Newcastle Central Station and Newcastle International Airport are all nearby, and our award winning sustainable transport links provides fast, frequent and efficient access.
Parking at Quorum
There is a car parking policy in place at Quorum and all vehicles must be registered on the parking portal or display a valid visitor permit in their vehicle windscreen. The scheme is in operation between 8am and 5pm, Mon to Fri. Each tenant is allocated with spaces and is responsible for issuing access to staff and visitors. If you are visiting the retail area or the gym you can park for up to 2 hours free of charge. Click here to download our Parking Policy FAQs
Car sharing is when two or more people share a car and travel together rather than driving alone. One of the people traveling is usually the owner of the vehicle and the other(s) usually make a contribution towards fuel costs. Sign up to become a member of Kinto Join today and find out if there are other members matching your requirements. Click here to download the Kinto Join App.
Regional transport links
Northern Rail operate the following regional services:
The Metro station located within Central Station ensues a seamless public transport links to Quorum Park. We recommend that you take the Metro to Haymarket, then catch the X7, X8, 52 or 54 bus to Quorum.
Four Lane Ends metro station is less than a mile from the park (10-15 minute walk along Benton Lane). It takes only 12 minutes to reach Newcastle City Centre on the Metro from Four Lane Ends and they operate every 10 minutes during peak, every 15 minutes off-peak
Buses between Quorum and Four Lane Ends
The branded 555 Quorum Shuttle Bus service operates on loop to and from Four Lane Ends from 0630 – 1000 and then 1500 – 1815. Each trip costs £1.00 or £1.90 return. Q Card holders can purchase a Quorum Route Saver ticket for £5.50 for 7 days or £20 for 28 days travel. Network One, Arriva, NE Smartzone and Transfare Tickets are also accepted. You can also travel between Quorum and Four Lane Ends on the 52, 42, K1, K2 and 62 buses.
Buses between Quorum and Newcastle City Centre
The X7, X8 52 and 54 operate to/from the Haymarket. The Stagecoach X63 service operates to/from Monument every 15 minutes. All express (X) buses take less than 15 minutes to reach Quorum.
You could save money by paying for your travel in advance and there are a range of travel tickets available in Tyne & Wear.
Live Travel Map
You can view bus departure times and check real-time bus information using the Nexus Live Travel Map
Bus & metro services
Cycling can dramatically improve your general fitness and can reduce levels of stress and anxiety. All buildings have cycle parking and changing facilities and regular pop up Bike Hub event offers free bike maintenance, route planning, training courses and freebies.
Quorum Park also offers a ‘Ride Before You Buy’ scheme. This unique opportunity enables you to borrow one of our pool bikes free of charge. you can choose from an e-bike, folding bike, or regular pedal bike.
For regular cycling updates from the Hub and/or a personalised travel plan email email@example.com
You’re where? OK, here’s what you need to do…
There are lots of different ways to get to Quorum Park by public transport. Find out which one is best for you with the Nexus journey plannning tool. Enter your location, prefered mode of transport and the time you want to arrive / depart, and it will work out the best routes for you. Easy.
Need any more advice?
Contact the on-site management team at The Hub.
Our Tenant and Travel Advisor helps new and existing occupiers with their travel planning needs providing advice, support and assistance in areas such as:
- Car parking management
- Recruitment and employee inductions
- Travel surveys and postcode analysis
- National campaigns to promote sustainable transport initiatives