Trinity Leeds is well connected to a number of public transport links. Have a look at the various options below to plan your journey:
Information on all public transport in and around West Yorkshire.
First Group Leeds
Local bus information.
Introducing the first-ever zero emission bus fleet
The first-ever zero emission bus fleet for Leeds will enter service on the city network in October. It represents a multi-million pound investment by First Bus, working in partnership with the West Yorkshire Combined Authority and Leeds City Council and supported with funding from the Department of Transport ULEB scheme. A total of nine Yutong E10 electric vehicles (EV) featuring the latest on-board battery technology, supported by innovative charging infrastructure managed by Zenobe at our Hunslet park depot that will also supply electricity to the local grid, will mean a significant reduction in emissions of particulates and greenhouse gases resulting in cleaner and greener air for Leeds from October. This latest development by First and its local authority partners will further support the joint ambition to improve air quality in Leeds and herald a new era in public transport for the city. which is also being shaped by the Connecting Leeds programme.
Direct train tickets to Leeds.
They have a route that passes very close by to Trinity Leeds. For more information on the route as well as live bus times, see here.
Use the First Bus app to track your bus, as well as finding out if the wheelchair space is free and how many seats are available – get the app.
Anything on Boar Lane, so 4/4G, 5, 7/7A/7S, 16/16A, 19/19A, 27, 28, 33/34, 35, 40, 64, 74, both Park and Rides – Elland Road/Temple Green
City Square: 10, 14/X14, 15, 42, X26/X27.
Not a long walk from Vicar Lane/Corn Exchange: 2, 3/3A, 12, 13/13A, 49, 50/50A, 56.
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Trinity Leeds has cycle parks at four locations around the centre:
Cycle parking is also available at Leeds train station which is only 2 minutes walk from the centre. For more information please CLICK HERE
The Trinity Leeds Car Park has 630 spaces including 14 disabled bays, 13 electric charging bays and 8 bays for parents, making it the perfect place for easy access to the shopping centre and to the city centre. It's safe, clean and open 24 hours. We encourage safe car sharing where possible.
How to get here
Entrance: via Swinegate opposite Bibis Restaurant See location on Google Maps
Navigate to Trinity Leeds Car Park with a SatNav using the postcode LS1 4AG.
Parking tariffs from £2.50
The height restriction is 1.98m.
Phone number: 0113 394 2428
Discounted season passes and long term parking.
We now offer huge discounts with long stay and season pass parking. If you work or live in the area and need longer term parking for a great price, look no further! We have partnered with QwikPark to offer a great choice of longer stay parking with lots of flexibility so you can choose to pay for monthly or even daily discounts. To find out more about each season pass and discounted parking, download the QwikPark app and view the season passes page.
Monthly £170 – Weekdays only
Daily £9.00 – Weekdays only
Leeds City Park and Ride is a cheap, convenient and stress-free way of getting into the city without the hassle of city centre parking and congestion.
Buses run every 10-15 minutes
£3 Day ticket or just £2.70 when you buy five or more on a smartcard
10-minute journey to the city centre from Elland Road
15-minute journey to the city centre from Temple Green
Up to three children travel free with every fare-paying adult
Staffed, heated waiting facility with toilets/baby changing
Free WiFi on all buses
Safe, secure, well-lit parking & CCTV.
Your nearest Park and Ride bus stop to Trinity Leeds is Boar Lane.
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