Currently, there are five bus stops located within Queen’s Hill, with 2 operators operating 3 different routes.
All services provide access to Longwater retail area and Norwich city centre with Services 23B and 24A providing a connection to Norwich rail station.
A bus-only link that will connect Queen’s Hills to Ringland Lane has been partially constructed. An opening date is currently unknown.
Footpaths are provided throughout the site. Dropped kerbs are provided at side roads, crossing islands are provided on the main access routes and street lighting is provided throughout the site.
Some paths within Queen’s Hills, including the wide path adjacent to Sir Alfred Munnings Road, are designated as shared use for cyclists and pedestrians which continues along Alex Moorhouse Way and links to the Longwater Retail and Business Park as well as connecting to a cycle path on the north side of the A1074/Dereham Road.
To the north there is an unopened road, which will be for buses and cyclists linking Poethlyn Drive and Ringland Lane.
Cycle parking facilities are provided on site at the primary school which has 58 child and 12 adult cycle parking spaces, and at the new community centre which has eight cycle parking spaces.
Norwich rail station is located approximately seven miles east of the site, and is accessible from Queen’s Hills by bicycle, bus, car or taxi.
The station is equipped with 158 sheltered cycle spaces with CCTV coverage, and 67 vehicle spaces although larger car parks are nearby.
Norwich station provides a good connection to many destinations including London, Cambridge and Peterborough.
Footpaths are provided throughout Queen’s Hill.
Dropped kerbs are provided at side roads, crossing islands are provided on the main access routes and street lighting is provided throughout the site.
Some paths, including the wide path adjacent to Sir Alfred Munnings Road, are designated as shared use for cyclists and pedestrians.