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Welcome to the Trans Pennine Trail

A national coast to coast route for recreation and transport – for walkers, cyclists and (in part) horse riders

Welcome to the Trans Pennine Trail

A national coast to coast route for recreation and transport – for walkers, cyclists and (in part) horse riders

Welcome

A national coast to coast route for recreation and transport – for walkers, cyclists and (in part) horse riders

Central

Barnsley

Bullhouse Bridge, Millhouse Green – Following concern from users about the deck on the TPT bridge at Bullhouse over the A628 at Millhouse Green, Barnsley, an emergency closure of the bridge has been put in place until structural engineers can inspect the site and assess the deck.   There is a Diversion available using the access ramp, Manchester Road and Bullhouse Lane.  To help with safety there is also an emergency speed reduction for vehicles on Manchester Road either side of the bridge from 60 to 40mph. Barnsley are looking at replacement options urgently.  (Updated October 2023)

TPT Pegasus Crossing over West Street, Worsbrough
We have been advised that work is scheduled to start on Monday (February 19th) on the new TPT Pegasus Crossing over West Street, Worsbrough. TPT users might have a minor diversion around the immediate works area but the TPT is not expected to be closed.  Horse Riders in particular, please be aware of sudden noise on the approaches from A61 Pegasus Crossing or Edmunds Road.  The Pegasus Crossing is scheduled to be live from 4th April 2024. (Updated February 2024)
 

Sheffield

Blonk Street to Derek Dooley Way (Five Weirs Walk) – there continues to be a diversion in place between Blonk Street and Derek Dooley Way due to cladding works on a building fronting the Five Weirs Walk, this will be in place until late summer 2024.(Updated January 2024)

Thessco Section – Attercliffe Road to East Coast Road (Five Weirs Walk) – The Five Weirs Walk (FWW) between Attercliffe Road and East Coast Road has been shut since November 2019 after being badly damaged by floods. A diversion is in place while Sheffield City Council assess options for this section of the route.

 

Chesterfield

Tapton Lock – Footpath No.17 from Lockoford Lane to the road bridge.  Works start on 8th May for 3 weeks.  There will be no access under the A619 during the works – including evenings and weekends.. (Updated April 2024).

Interactive Map

See our interactive mapping for detailed route alignment and route diversions.

Distances

Using the tables below you can work out how far you want to go on the TPT. 

Useful Links for Information

Check our useful links regarding accessibility 

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