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Getting here

We are well connected whether you’re travelling for business or leisure.

It's easy to reach Middlesbrough either by car or public transport, with excellent road and rail links.

By road

Middlesbrough has great road links to the A19 and A66, connecting the town to both local and national destinations. You can use the AA journey planner to plan your trip to Middlesbrough.

Middlesbrough town centre has ample parking, whether you’re here for shopping, a match, an event, or to enjoy some delicious food. Find out where to park in Middlesbrough town centre.

Directions to Middlesbrough

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By rail

Middlesbrough railway station is served by a number of lines: the North TransPennine line to Manchester Airport via York and Leeds (TransPennine Express), the Durham Coast Line to Newcastle via Hartlepool and Sunderland (Northern), the Tees Valley Line from Bishop Auckland and Darlington to Saltburn (Northern), and the Esk Valley Line to Whitby via Nunthorpe and Grosmont (Northern). You can also travel to and from London direct with (LNER).

For further information on all rail, coach and other travel services, please visit Trainline. 

By bus

Buses link Middlesbrough with the Tees Valley and the wider region, including Stockton, Hartlepool, Durham, Newcastle and Scarborough. Visit Connect Tees Valley for a list of routes. You can also reach Middlesbrough from national destinations like London and Manchester by coach.

The bus station is also a Changing Places Toilet location, which is larger than a standard accessible toilet, which is suitable for people with disabilities who need extra facilities to allow them to use toilets comfortably.

By air

The revitalised Teesside International Airport is just 15 minutes away.

Middlesbrough bus station at night

Middlesbrough bus station