Travel Safely During the Coronavirus Outbreak
This guide will help you understand how to travel safely during the coronavirus (COVID-19) out:break in England. It provides guidance for walking, cycling, using private vehicles (for example cars and vans), and travelling by taxis and public transport (for example trains, buses, trams and coaches). You should avoid using public transport where possible. Instead try to walk, cycle, or drive. If you do travel, thinking carefully about the times, routes, and ways you travel will mean we will all have more space to stay safe.
Framework Travel Plan
SBP has liaised closely with Sheffield City Council to produce and develop a Framework Travel Plan to provide all occupiers with up to date information on travel options and to encourage use of more sustainable methods of transport.
Click here to download the Framework Travel Plan. For further information about the Travel Plan, please contact Dawn Kennedy-Burns, the Travel Plan Coordinator, on 0114 296 0000 or email email@example.com
SBP Car Share Scheme
Car Sharing is when two or more people share their journey to work. It's easy and flexible and offers a simple way to reduce fuel costs and parking pressures, and cut congestion and pollution.
Now all employees working on the park can join the SBP Car Share Scheme to find other employees with the same or similiar journey to work and:
- Save money on petrol and parking
- Reduce congestion
- Meet new contacts for potential business networking opportunities
The process is simple - just register your details on the SBP Car Share Scheme, add your journey information and the system will find a match for you.
We have 10 bus stops located throughout the park, served by up to 5 buses per hour.
For timetable information, please click here. For details of the bus stop locations, please refer to the Sheffield Business Park Masterplan (insert link from brochure downloads).
The A1 shuttle bus, operated by Powell's Bus, provides a half hourly link to Meadowhall in the morning and afternoon peak periods and an hourly link into Sheffield city centre during the day.
In addition to this First operates two bus services to SBP; Service X74, which runs every 20 minutes during the peak periods into Sheffield city centre and the 74a, which provides an hourly service during the day to both Rotherham and Sheffield.
All new buildings on the park provide cycle racks and showering facilities to allow cyclists to secure their cycles safely and freshen up. The roads providing access to the business park are generally lightly trafficked with a 40mph speed limit, making them suitable for use by cyclists to link into the local cycle routes. The section of cycle track along Europa Link forms part of the National Cycle Network and Trans Pennine Trail with a continuous link into Sheffield City Centre. Cycling and walking maps for Sheffield and Rotherham are available on request from the Management Suite.
Click here to visit Pedal Ready website.
Click here to find out more about cycling in Sheffield.
Not only is walking free, it is an easy way to contribute towards maintaining your fitness levels. There are pathways throughout the business park linking all businesses and the surrounding areas of Darnall, Tinsley and Catclifffe.
Click here to find out more about walking in Sheffield.
The nearest tram stop to the business park is the Valley Centertainment tram stop, an ideal link with the Park & Ride scheme at Meadowhall or Sheffield City Centre and Middlewood. To download a map of the Stagecoach Supertram routes. For more details on Stagecoach Supertram tickets, timetables and routes, please go to www.supertram.com