Getting Here

There are lots of ways to travel into and around Chorley. We’re located in the heart of the North West, just minutes from major motorways and easily accessible by car, rail, bus or cycle

By Car

Chorley is well connected to a number of motorways. Find us off  Junction 8 of the M61, Juction 27/28 of the M6, or Junction 1A of the M65 and follow the signs for Chorley


Chorley has a variety of long and short stay car park options, all situated within easy walking distance of the town centre and offering free or low-cost parking. For more information about town centre parking charges and to view the car park map follow the links below:

By Bus

Chorley is well served by buses with direct links from Bolton, Preston, Blackburn and Wigan. The Chorley Interchange station is located on Clifford Street, just a couple of minutes walk from the town centre. For more information on services visit the link below

By Train

Services stop regularly at Chorley from Manchester, Blackpool and the Lake District, and with the station just a 5 minute walk from the town centre it’s a convenient, enviromentally friendly way to discover Chorley and the surrounding areas. Follow the link below for more information on the National Rail website

By Bicycle

Why not discover Chorley borough by bike using our many traffic free cycle routes and on-road cycle lanes. Cycling is an environmentally friendly way to travel and also great for health and wellbeing. See the links below to Visit Lancashire’s urban and rural Chorley cycle maps


If you’re looking to get a taxi from the town centre, the taxi rank can be found close to the Flat Iron car park, on High Street off the A581 (St. Thomas’ Road)