This paper presents the two-dimensional (2D) steady incompressible flow in a lid-driven sectorial cavity. In order to analyze the flow structures, the 2D Navier-Stokes equations are solved by using the finite element method. Different cases of the cavity aspect ratio A and three cases of the speed ratios of the upper and the lower lids are considered. The finite element formulation for the governing equations is adopted via the velocity-pressure formulation. By varying A for each S, the effect of the Reynolds number on the streamline patterns and their bifurcations are investigated in range . A comparison between the obtained results and some earlier studies is presented.