Choice In - Train Travel

Stoke-on-Trent Railway Station

A great interchange for onward travel

By Bus: If you travel by train, a PLUSBUS ticket is great value for money and can be purchased at any National Rail station ticket office or online. Click here to find our more.

By Cycle: Due to the central location, the station is only a 30 minute cycle from most areas in Stoke-Trent and Newcastle-under-Lyme. The secure cycle hub on Platform 1 has 60 secure stands where you can park your bike for free. To gain access , ask for the code at the Customer Services Office, Platform One. Plan your journey to and from the station with our online journey planner.

Brompton Bike Hire: In the Cycle Hub, 10 Brompton folding bicycles are also available for just £2.50 a day.  Click here for more information.

By Foot: click here to plan your route with our online journey planner.

Take the train, sit back and relax, on your journey to work – as a passenger.

Frequent services and local stations make commuting by train a viable and cost-effective option. Taking the train offers a great alternative to commuting by car with fast, regular local services to many destinations across North Staffordshire.

Approximate journey times in Stoke-on-Trent:

JOURNEY TIME – 5 MINUTES
STOKE > LONGPORT STOKE > LONGTON
JOURNEY TIME – 15 MINUTES
STOKE > KIDSGROVE STOKE > ALSAGER
STOKE > CONGLETON STOKE > STONE
STOKE > BLYTHE BRIDGE
JOURNEY TIME – 25 MINUTES
STOKE > STAFFORD STOKE > UTTOXETER
STOKE > MACCLESFIELD STOKE > CREWE