Transport in Sheffield


The M1 skirts the north-east of the city, linking Sheffield with London to the south and Leeds to the north, while the M18 branches from the M1 close to Sheffield, connecting the city to Doncaster, Robin Hood Doncaster Sheffield Airport and the Humber ports. Sheffield's major trunk roads are the A57 and A61, which run east-west and north-south respectively, crossing in the city centre.

The main bus terminal is at Sheffield Interchange, with other bus stations at Halfway, Hillsborough and Meadowhall.

The city also lies on the Trans-Pennine Trail, a National Cycle Network route stretching from Southport in the north-west to Hornsea in the East Riding.

The city has two main train stations - Sheffield and Meadowhall - as well as four suburban stations (at Chapeltown, Darnall, Woodhouse, and Dore) and several local rail routes.

Sheffield also enjoys a popular light rail system, consisting of three lines running via the city centre.