|Distance:||1.1 miles (1.8 km)|
|Meets:||A61, B6074, A6135|
|Route outline (key)|
The B607x routes all belong to a group running around or leading to and from Sheffield city centre, although the B6075 is a bit of a fraud, being the third incarnation of the number in the area. This version of the road was originally unclassified, then became the B6070. It gained its present number in the 2000s after that road had existed for a few years as two separate sections, making a renumbering the obvious thing to do.
The road starts at traffic lights on the A61 Penistone Road, where B6075 traffic is forced to turn left but all A61 movements are permitted. We head northeast along Rutland Road, soon crossing the River Don and then meeting the B6074 at traffic lights.
We continue along the straight road past presumably disused factories and then go under a freight-only railway line, which used to be the main line from Sheffield Victoria to Manchester. The road now climbs steeply and soon becomes residential. We wheel right at traffic lights and then reach a second set of lights where the B6075 splits. Both arms end soon after on the A6135.