St Peters Quarter is just 15 minutes from the M1 junction 24 and accessible via the A6, A50, A38 and A52.
St Peters Quarter offers excellent parking facilities including multi-storeys and on-street parking. There are also 2 Park and Ride services that operate from Pride Park and Meteor Centre.
Derby has direct rail services to destinations across the UK, including London, Birmingham, Sheffield, Newcastle and Cardiff. The city’s train station is located only a short ten minute stroll away whilst there are also taxis and buses available to and from the city centre. Buses depart from the train station forecourt and the bus station, Morledge or Albert Street in the city centre.
Derby is served by an extensive public transport network covering the East Midlands and beyond. The city’s modern bus station is located in the Riverlights complex on Morledge right at the heart of St Peters Quarter.
There are very many routes suitable for cycling into St Peters Quarter whilst Bikeworks on Full Street in neighbouring Cathedral Quarter allows people to park their bikes securely for free at their premises.
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