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National Express and Megabus, part of the Stagecoach group, operate buses to Sheffield. National Express provides services to Sheffield from London, Heathrow and Gatwick Airports, Birmingham, Nottingham, Leicester and the South-West. Megabus services also run from London and several cities around the UK.
Sheffield Interchange is Sheffield's main bus station, and is served by buses that connect Sheffield with places all across the country. National Express is the primary company operating services from here, though Stagecoach Express also runs a handful of routes. The station is located at Pond Square and is a short walk through a covered walkway from both the main railroad station and nearby tram stop, Fitzalan Square - Ponds Forge.
National Express and megabus services also call at Meadowhall Interchange, which is a short distance from the M1 motorway. It takes 20 minutes by tram or 5 minutes by train to the city centre, and the services run every couple of minutes. cabs are also available outside both stations.
Despite its industrial heritage, based on steel and cutlery, Sheffield is one of the greenest cities in the UK. In fact it's home to more trees per person than any other city in Europe. The centre of Sheffield is compact and becoming increasingly more pedestrianised, making it incredibly easy to get about on foot. Sheffield is a lively university town with an active nightlife and an annual programme of festivals, including the comedy festival Grin up North and music festival Tramlines.
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Transpennine Express is a train company based in the United Kingdom. It operates services from Manchester and Liverpool to Scotland, the North East and Yorkshire. It offers a range of services, including express, regional and local trains. Express trains are the fastest, with journey times of up to three hours. Regional trains are slower, but offer more stops and a more relaxed atmosphere. Local trains are the slowest, but offer the most stops. Transpennine Express offers a range of ticket types, including single, return, group and season tickets. Onboard facilities include free Wi-Fi, power sockets, comfortable seating and a range of food and drink options. The most popular routes for Transpennine Express are Manchester to Edinburgh, Liverpool to Leeds and Manchester to York. These routes offer a convenient and comfortable way to travel between the cities.
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