Getting around

Redcar and Cleveland is the largest borough in the Tees Valley – 96 square miles to be precise.

But getting around has never been easier.

With a comprehensive road network spanning the length and width of the borough, taking in the entire coast and rural areas, you can drive from seaside to country village in minutes.

We’re well served by A-roads in and out of the borough, making a commute to work or visit easy and quick.

Accessible from all directions, you can drive into Redcar and Cleveland from the A174 linked to the A19 running north to south, the A1(M) linked with the M62 from the west, from the north west, the A66 connects to the M6 and from the east, the B1269 connects to the A171.

Travel in Tees Valley allows for quick and easy travel planning throughout the borough.

Wildflowers on a roundabout    

Public transport and air

All bus providers operating in Redcar and Cleveland accept the POP Pay As You Go ticket, making public transports even more convenient. Put an end to fiddling for correct change by pre-buying our ticket via your phone.


Redcar Central, Redcar East, Marske and Saltburn train stations serve Redcar and Cleveland. London and Edinburgh have direct high-speed services to/from Darlington, easily reachable from our local stations.

Transpennine Express now operate a direct train service to and from Redcar and Saltburn, to Manchester, Leeds and York.

Teesside International Airport is close by and connects Redcar and Cleveland with the rest of the world via regular flights to Amsterdam with KLM, as well as flights to Aberdeen, Jersey and popular holiday destinations of Majorca, Corfu, Alicante and Algarve.
In addition, Newcastle International Airport is the region’s largest airport and handles domestic, European and international flights.

Walking and Cycling

Part of the Walking for Health initiative, the borough plays host to lots of regular, volunteer-led walks.

Road safety information for drivers: ‘On the lookout for cyclists and pedestrians’ – click here. For additional information click here.

Redcar and Cleveland is home to an extensive network of walking and cycling routes. So lace up your shoes or get in the saddle and explore our amazing borough!

Wildflowers on a roundabout - walker    

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