Trinity Square is directly opposite Gateshead interchange, providing excellent transport links by metro, bus, rail and road around Gateshead and Newcastle, from surrounding areas and further afield.
Put your best foot forward and walk to Trinity Square. Head to walkit.com and use the urban walk planner to receive your route map, which includes your journey time, calorie burn, step count and carbon saving! It’s quick, easy, free, heathy and green – what’s not to love!
You can find a number of great cycle routes and pathways across Gateshead making it a great place to cycle for pleasure, leisure and efficiency. When you reach Trinity Square there are plenty of cycle racks located outside the Tesco Atrium for your use. Click here for your guide to cycling in Gateshead.
Trinity Square is located directly opposite the Gateshead Metro station and bus interchange. It is a quick 2 minute journey on the Metro from Central Station in Newcastle.
Trinity Square is on both Metro and Quaylink bus routes with yellow Quaylink busses running every 10 minutes. As well as the Quaylink, over 50 other bus routes can be accessed from the Gateshead Interchange.
The station is situated on Britain’s east coast main line and is directly accessible from London King’s Cross, Glasgow and Edinburgh. The journey from London King’s Cross can take as little as three hours.
To plan your journey by bus, metro or train by clicking here: Travel Line
Located a quick 10 minute drive from Newcastle upon Tyne, Trinity Square Gateshead is easily located off the A167. The Postcode for Sat Nav is NE8 1AG. Please note Tesco car park is free for a maximum stay of 4 hours with a height restriction of 2.6m, zone 3 only 2.6m.
T1: Wardley – Leam Lane – Felling – Deckham – Trinity Square
T2: Warley – Leam Lane – Windy Nook – Beacon Lough – Low Fell – Trinity Square