We're trialling closing roads to traffic outside 4 Sheffield schools at the start and end of the school day. The roads outside these schools will be closed for 1 hour in the morning and 1 hour in the afternoon from Monday to Friday during term time only.

There will be marshals managing the road closures using appropriate barriers and signage. Residents of these streets will be able to apply for a permit to give them access during the closure times.

These trials aim to help reduce congestion and improve air quality at the school gates, as well as making it easier and safer to walk or cycle to school.

Beginning at the start of term in September 2021, trials will take place at these schools:

Carfield Primary

  • Argyle Road will be closed to traffic from its junction with Cyprus Road (including Argyle Close)
  • Monday to Friday from 8:15am to 9:15am in the morning and 14:45pm to 15:45pm in the afternoon
  • residents with a permit can use the road during this time but will be asked to leave via the exit on to Upper Albert road

Greystones Primary

  • Tullibardine Road will be closed from its junction with Greystones Road and its junction with Huntingtower Road
  • Monday to Friday from 8:15am to 9:15am in the morning and 14:45pm to 15:45pm in the afternoon
  • residents with a permit can use the road during this time

Nether Edge Primary

  • Glen Road will be closed from its junction with Abbeydale Road 
  • Monday to Friday from 8:15am to 9:15am in the morning and 14:45pm to 15:45pm in the afternoon
  • residents with a permit can leave via the usual one-way system

Porter Croft Primary Academy

  • Pomona Street will be closed from its junction with Harland Road, from the junction with Harland Road, Pomona Street will become one-way (until the junction with Sawdon Road)
  • Sawdon Road and Stalker lees road will continue being one way until the junction with Harland road, creating a one-way loop
  • Monday to Friday from 8:15am to 9:15am in the morning and 14:45pm to 15:45pm in the afternoon
  • residents with a permit can leave via the one-way system

Resident's permit

If you live on one of the streets that will be closed you are entitled to a permit that allows you to use the roads during the closure times. We will deliver permits to all addresses that will be affected by the road closures.

Although the permit means you can use the road freely during the road closures, we would ask you to keep it to a minimum during those hours if possible.

If you are a resident of one of these streets and have not received your permit or have other questions please contact Schoolstreets@sheffield.gov.uk.

Contact School Streets

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