Warrington is situated at the heart of the regional motorway network, with quick and easy access throughout the region and the wider UK via the M62, M6 and M56.

Rail links are also outstanding. There are frequent services to London via the West coast main line, with a travel time of less than two hours. East-West rail links are also excellent, with the Trans Pennine Express service linking the town to Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds and the east coast. Travel times to both Liverpool and Manchester are 30 minutes or less by rail.

By Car

From the M56

Take Junction 10 and follow the A49 towards Warrington. Follow signs for the town centre.

From the M6
Take Junction 21 and follow the A57 (Manchester Road) to Warrington. Follow signs for the town centre.
From the M62
Take Junction 9 and follow the A49 to Warrington.

By Bus

The Bus Interchange is on Winwick St next to the Golden Square.

For a comprehensive list of buses and bus route maps visit https://www.warringtonsownbuses.co.uk/

By Train

Central Station

Warrington Central station is just two minutes’ walk from the town centre and serves a wide range of destinations.

Bank Quay Station
Bank Quay railway station is ten minutes’ walk from centre and is on the Intercity West coast line with connections to Crewe, Wigan and Preston as well as further afield.
Rail Planner

To plan your rail journey please search using the national rail enquiries timetable at http://www.nationalrail.co.uk