intu Potteries is located in the city centre with several conveniently situated transport links and parking for 900 vehicles. Whether you're travelling by bus, car, train, bike or on foot – getting here is easier than ever.
Stoke-on-Trent (National Rail): Local rail services operate to Stoke-on-Trent from Crewe, Derby, Macclesfield, Manchester Picadilly, Stafford and Uttoxeter.
The station is a 10 minute bus ride to/from Hanley Bus Station, buses (First Potteries and D&G) run every 3-5 minutes throughout the day, then it's a 10-15 minute walk to the centre from there.
Alternatively, D&G Service 'Yellow 9' runs directly between the centre (Quadrant Road and Stafford Street stops) and Stoke-on-Trent Railway Station via Hanley Bus Station every 30 minutes throughout the day.
Why not save time and having to find loose change by purchasing a Stoke PlusBus add-on with your train ticket? PlusBus allows you to travel by train then make unlimited bus journeys in your chosen area with a single purchase!
The centre is well-served by buses, with nearby bus stops on Quadrant Road, Stafford Street, Albion Street and Old Hall Street.
Hanley Bus Station is only a 10-15 minute walk from the centre via Tontine Street and Lichfield Street.
Services across Stoke-on-Trent are operated by:
Stoke-on-Trent has a great network of safe cycle paths which criss-cross the entire city and are used by both cyclists and walkers.
National Cycle Network route 5 passes right by the centre and links with NCN routes 55, 550 and 555 to provide great links from all directions.
Plan your journey using the Stoke Interactive Cycle Map.
Cycle parking can be found just outside the car park on Quadrant Road near to The Hive.
Intercity Private Hire can be contacted on 01782 855855
Local taxi services can be found on Town Road and Stafford Street.