Supertram is Sheffield’s premier transport system, giving you a comfortable and reliable way to travel.
We run 7 days a week from early morning to around midnight - whatever the weather.
We have three colour-coded tram routes, which take you all across the city and beyond.
All our trams have a conductor on board to sell tickets and offer travel advice. Our sister bus company Stagecoach complements the tram network and we sell tickets covering both trams and buses.
Our trams take you right to the heart of the city.
For the Devonshire Quarter and Devonshire Green, get off at West Street. Here you'll find an eclectic range of independent shops, bars and cafes.
Ponds Forge International Sports Centre has its own tram stop and is the home of a leisure pool with flumes and waves, as well as Olympic-standard competition and diving pools.
The City Hall tram stop not only serves the City Hall – a landmark entertainment venue, but also Barkers Pool, home to the John Lewis department store. From City Hall tram stop it is less than a 10 minute walk to the top of The Moor, which offers shops for fashion and fresh food at Sheffield's bustling Moor Market.
Castle Square tram stop is convenient for Tudor Square, home to the Sheffield Theatres complex, the biggest outside London and the Millennium Galleries and Winter Gardens.
If you're catching a train, our Sheffield Station tram stop is directly linked to the rear of the station and all the train platforms by a footbridge.
There’s plenty to see and do along our route to the Meadowhall Shopping Centre.
Specialising in big shows, Sheffield Arena attracts major music artists, famous comedians and is also home to the Sheffield Steelers ice hockey team. Get there quickly an effortlessly using the Arena tram stop – no need to worry about parking.
Valley Centertainment has its own tram stop – it’s got Sheffield’s biggest cinema, a bowling alley, indoor adventure golf and big-name restaurants.
If you’re heading to Meadowhall, you’ll be glad that the Meadowhall Interchange tram stop is joined to the shopping centre by footbridge. With over 280 shops, along with a cinema and dining quarter, you won’t have too far to walk with those bags.
For Meadowhall Retail Park, Carbrook tram stop is right next door – it’s home to various big stores such as Toys R Us.
On this route, Shalesmoor tram stop is your gateway to Kelham Island. It’s a buzzy area, home to Kelham Island Industrial Museum and a growing collection of pubs and cafes, breweries and restaurants.
Supertram is right in the heart of Hillsborough, with a dedicated tram stop a quick stroll away from all the area’s amenities and shops.
Sheffield Wednesday FC’s Hillsborough stadium is located a short walk from Leppings Lane tram stop.
From the Middlewood terminus, you can get on the Supetramlink bus to Stocksbridge. It’s a great starting point for walks into the Peak District National Park.
A combined Stagecoach bus and tram ticket means you can reach a whole raft of destinations with one easy connection.
Dedicated Supetramlink buses run to Stocksbridge.
Regular buses also radiate out of the city centre, covering most of the city and destinations further afield, such as:
Dedicated park and ride sites at Nunnery Square (Sheffield Parkway), Middlewood and Halfway give you secure car parking at easily accessible locations, combined with a regular tram service to take you to your destination hassle-free.
Tickets include car parking and unlimited tram travel for the driver on the day of purchase.
The car parks are operated by South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive.
Visit Travel South Yorkshire for more information.
We offer a range of great value tickets to suit all needs. All our trams have conductors, so you can hop on and buy on board.