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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 parts) horse riders

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Trans Pennine Trail logo

Welcome to the Trans Pennine Trail

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

East

York

Lendal Bridge Scheme – Wellington Row  – To enable the Environment Agency to carry out works as part of the Scarborough Bridge to Ouse Bridge Flood Scheme, a section of the Trans Pennine Trail will be closed until September.  Please note that throughout the road closure, the Perky Peacock café will remain open and can be accessed from the steps off Lendal Bridge or from the riverside walk past the Memorial Gardens. Pedestrian DiversionCycling DiversionWheelchair Diversion Updated 8th July 2021

Clemanthorpe Flood Alleviation Scheme – Terry Avenue  & Clemanthorpe Road– The Environment Agency are carrying out investigatory works on Terry Avenue with a closure in place to keep the public safe during works.   The works involve underground works to install a 240 metre long and 6 meter wide semi-permeable barrier to prevent flood waters seeping through the ground and undermining over ground flood defences. The closure will be in place until May 2022.  Clementhorpe diversion map.. Updated 5th July 2021

East Riding

Landing Lane to Barmby on the Marsh – Please be aware that there may be cows grazing. Take care when approaching and please ensure you keep dogs under control. (Updated 2nd August 2021) 

North Ferriby to Humber Bridge – Network Rail will be carrying out intermittent repairs during 2020 which will necessitate a diversion along this section of route.  At these times closure notices will be placed at the start and end of the works and include details of the TPT diversion which will be via the alternative TPT route already signed. The dates are March 2020 to January 2021. Please see the diversion here

North Ferriby – Hessle –  Unfortunately, the stone became too wet to complete resurfacing works and with the wet weather it became impossible to finish the surfacing in February, as had originally planned. We anticipate starting within the next couple of weeks. Updated 7th April

Hull

Hull Flood Defence Programme – The promenade along the Victoria Dock Village (west) frontage will be closed from Monday 10th June. The TPT has been diverted – see plan for diversion. The diversion is in place to enable the Environment Agency Flood Defence Programme to commence

 

Accessible Mapping

Together with local authorities across the Trail we have looked at sections across the Trail that are accessible for all users, view them here

Accessible Mapping

Together with local authorities across the Trail we have looked at sections across the Trail that are accessible for all users, view them here

Useful Links for Information

Check our useful links regarding accessibility 

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