Also available, at SOME city centre stops, are so-called "spider" diagrams of services departing from that point. fbb has no record of the "Spider at Snig Hill" (sounds like a title of a Hammer Horror Movie) but the bits of the spiders' web are usually presented in route number order with absolutely no reference to geography. This is fbb's guess as to what one for the Snig Hill stop might look like.
As a final struggle for useful information, the harassed visitor to the City of Steel might well arrive at the bus station - sorry "Interchange" - and seek a map showing the buses to Stannington. Here's a snippet of what he might find:
Assuming, speculatively, that "North" is conventionally at the top of the map, then reality differs signifiantly from this diagram:-
The 14 (Loxley) runs to the North of the "Blue" (Malin Bridge), which is a tram.
The 14 and 77 both serve the Hillsborough Interchange.
The 35 continues via the Hillsborough Interchange to city and shows 37 in the opposite direction.
The 66 and the missing 78 both run via Owlerton (to the right of the map) exactly following that dark blue line.
The 57, 58, X57 to Stocksbridge have been condemned to roam the ether for evermore, banished to utter darkness and ignominy. They, also, serve the Hillsborough Interchange!
And why is the tram there anyway? Like the Stannington routes, the trams do NOT serve the bus station and involve a reasonable totter to the city centre. But, apparently, you can't totter to the 11, 11A or 12!
fbb has exchanged emails with TSY and even travelled to Sheffield - at his own expense - for a meeting with the department concerned. Recently he has been told by the Director General (the big cheese himself; but electronically, so maybe actually from a "minion"?) that TSY always strives for accuracy and is committed to providing the public with the best and most accurate information possible. (!??) fbb has offered his system-wide map (for a very small consideration) to TSY and offered to train staff to keep it up to date.
Oh yes! And the 95 goes absolutely NOWHERE near Shalesmoor or services 14, 66 and 77!