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Stockport Bus Station

Tom Simper Jun 15, 2016, 11:22 AM

Stockport-Viaduct


Stockport bus station
in Stockport, Greater Manchester, is a bus terminus for approximately sixty-five bus services in the Greater Manchester area. It opened in 1981, having formerly been a car park, and is adjacent to the headquarters of Stagecoach Manchester.

Before it opened, most bus services in the area terminated at Mersey Square in Stockport. It is just off the A6, next to Stockport Viaduct and near Stockport railway station. The station has 24 stands with another two stops on Wellington Road and Mersey Square. There are plans to demolish the bus station and build a new a £42 million transport interchange on the existing site with a connection to the adjacent train station

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