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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

West

Sefton 

 Coastal Path: The final section of resurfacing works was postponed at the end of 2020 but the route is still serviceable. Once further information is available about remaining works we will add further details.

Manchester

M60 Bride Repairs, Northenden – Please note the works on this section. Banksmen will be in operation during works and Trail users may experience slight delays whilst machinery is moved, please see the following information and diversion: (Please Note: This diversion is NOT suitable for horse riders, this has been raised with our colleagues at Manchester Council and Highways England)

 

Stockport

Town Centre works – Following completion of the emergency Gas works at King Street West / Chestergate, Stockport, works will start on BT diverting their services. The traffic signals (including signalised pedestrian / cycle crossing) will remain switched off with the right turn from Chestergate to King Street West (northbound) and straight ahead from Chestergate towards the bus depot movements banned.  A diversion will be signed up to the existing Toucan on King Street West in proximity to Heaton Lane roundabout. Within a week Stockport hope to be able to open the right turn from Chestergate to King Street West (northbound), however, the traffic signals will remain switched off with the pedestrian / cycle diversion in place. Current programme to complete Winter 2019. Mapping (Updated 20th September 2019)

Heaton Mersey –  Please note the ongoing works in Heaton Mersey, Stockport. The expected finishing date is March 2021, please see the diversion route here

Reddish Vale Road – There will be urgent Drainage Works on Reddish Vale Road starting on Monday 1st March 2021 and lasting for 6 weeks (Mon-Friday 8am -4.30pm). Reddish Vale Road will be closed temporarily to allow vehicular traffic during working hours. There will be a signed diversion, following the route from Longford Road, Windmill Lane and Mill Lane.

Brinnington Tunnel – The works are anticipated to start on Monday 15th February 2021 and will take approximately 7 weeks.  To allow the works to be undertaken safely, the Council will need to close the tunnel while works are underway. A security fence will be erected at each end. Works access to the construction site will be via the public footpath leading from Tiviot Way. Appropriate signage will be on display and a pedestrian diversion will be in place for the duration of the works. Working hours are expected to be between 0800 and 1800. See diversion here and here

Temporary closure at Woodley for 220 metres between the junction with Arden Footbridge and Turner Lane –   Alternative routes will be provided via:- From Arden Bridge : Follow Bridleway 64(a) eastwards until the intersection with Lamberth Grove continue southbound along Lamberth Grove then northwest onto Botany Road until it meets Mill Lane turning Northeast and then turning northwest continue along Turner Lane to arrive at the entry/exit of BR64(a). Advised for pedestrians only: From Arden Bridge follow Bridleway 113 south until it meets Bridleway 115BR continue west until it meets Bridleway 112 continue west until it exits onto Bridleway 64(a). This will take effect from the 19 March 2021 and will have effect for six months. See diversion here 

Warrington

Camsley Lane – Operations will commence Tues 6th April to install a new drainage system. It is expected to last for three weeks. The TPT will remain open throughout, but cyclists will need to dismount when passing the area of operation.

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

Places on the trail

Explore some of the hundreds of attractions along the route.

Useful Links for Information

Check our useful links regarding accessibility 

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