Transport and streets
Sunderland City Council strives to assist with easier access to the city's businesses, venues and facilities by providing information about ways to travel to your destination.
It is an offence to unlawfully abandon a vehicle. Any person who unlawfully abandons a vehicle may face a fine and be required to pay the cost of collection, storage and disposal of the vehicle.
Public transport and travel information
This page provides information about public transport in and around Sunderland
The reduction of injuries that occur to people through their involvement in road traffic crashes is an important priority for Sunderland City Council.
Roads, highways and pavements
Information about our responsibilities in connection with roads, highways and pavements.
Road markings and signage
Information about our responsibilities in connection with road markings and signage.
Transport policy - Local Transport Plan (LTP)
Marine and waterway services
Next steps for New Wear Crossing
Sunderland City Council's Cabinet has concluded that the landmark New Wear Crossing design is unaffordable in its current form.
North East Local Transport Body
The North East Local Transport Body (NELTB) will be an informal partnership and will cover the administrative area of the LA7 Leadership Board, which comprises Durham and Northumberland counties, and the metropolitan area of Tyne and Wear.