Travelling to the Department
Department of Geography, University of Sheffield, Winter Street, SHEFFIELD S10 2TN
Using SatNav? Use the postcode S3 7ND to get to the building
Tel: 0114 222 7900
There are general travel directions to the University, together with location maps in the main University pages.
From the Railway Station and Transport Interchange, the easiest way to travel to the department is by Supertram. There is a stop at the Railway Station (far side of the station from the main entrance, accessed via the overbridge). Trams from the station to the University run on the Blue route (destination "Malin Bridge").
Trams from the city centre to the University run on both the Blue route and the Yellow route (destination "Middlewood").
During the day, trams run every 10 minutes (15 minutes on Sundays) from 6.00am to midnight. Buy your tickets on the trams. Alight at the "University of Sheffield" stop. This is a request stop. The department is a five-minute walk from the "University of Sheffield" tramstop, which is in the bottom-right of the map below
The 95 bus stops outside the department, and the 52 bus stops outside the main campus buildings. There is further bus information on the Travel South Yorkshire pages.
There is a taxi rank outside the railway station. The journey takes around 10 - 15 minutes and should cost no more than £7.50. If the driver doesn't know where the department is, ask for the Star & Garter pub on Crookes Valley Road.
Parking is very difficult around the University, so you are advised not to use a car unless you are assured of a parking space. Travel instructions are given in the general travel directions to the University. University Square is shown middle-right in the map below.
When approaching the department from junction 7 Shalesmoor, continue uphill along Netherthorpe Road to the next roundabout - junction 6 University Square, and then take the fourth exit (Bolsover Street); the department is on the left after the Arts Tower.
Pay Plus for Bikes - purchase a new bike with this University staff scheme - visit the website for more information
University cycle parking and showers on many University sites - visit the website for more information
Our nearest cycle parking is… right by the main entrance
Closest shower is on the F floor of the department.
University cycle forum has loads of tips and advice for cyclists - visit the forum
Borrow the University pool cycle to ride - visit the website for more information
The Cycle Hut provides free bike checks and at cost servicing and repairs for staff and students - visit the website for more information
Cut costs and pollution - join the car sharing scheme - visit the website