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Get involved in road and transport forums

Streets Ahead: how we are renewing Sheffield's roads and pavements.

Comment on a new scheme (e.g. a bus route, permit parking scheme) or get information about schemes and projects.

Report and request help with and improvements to roads and travel related issues.


Discuss Sheffield's needs

To join with others to look at issues and needs around the city why not consider joining one of the following forums.  Places are limited.


Walking Forum

Promotes walking in Sheffield by working with volunteers and organisations in the city.  They are consulted on transport and other projects which have an impact on walking.  Meeting every 2 months (February, April etc) on the third Monday at 10.30am.

Email or call 0114 2053073 to find out more.


Cycle Forum

The Cycle Forum develops initiatives to promote cycling.   Consulted on transport and other projects which have an impact on cycling.  Meets every other month, usually the third Tuesday, at 4.30pm at the Town Hall.


Public Transport Forum

Small body of users meeting on a quarterly basis to discuss local public transport issues with both providers and South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive (SYPTE). 

Members represent various interest groups.   Call the SYPTE on 0114 2767575 or email


Transport for All

Transport 4 All  is a city-wide group of disabled transport users that meets quarterly with Council officers, South Yorkshire Passenger Transport Executive, and public transport operators in the city. 

The group advises on how to improve access to transport services for disabled people and move towards equal access.


Sheffield Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) Transport Forum

Meet regularly to discuss and lobby for improvements in transport matters of all types which affect the city's business community. 

This includes everything from local road schemes to national infrastructure schemes. Attendees must be members of the SCCI

The forum is also an active participant in the wider Sheffield City Region Transport Forum.

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