Bradford Interchange

Bradford Interchange

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Bradford Interchange is a combined railway, coach and bus station in Bradford, England. Designed in 1962 and hailed as a show piece of European design, the building was opened in 1971.

Bus station

The bus station featured a large 'ridge and furrow' design of overall roof. This was subsequently demolished in 1999 to allow for a rebuilding of the bus station which was opened in 2001. This was in part paid for by the sale of some adjacent land to the south of the site and some now surplus land on the old bus station site.


Bus and coach

The bus station is managed by Metro. The main operators at the bus station include First West Yorkshire, Arriva Yorkshire and Centrebus with other services run by Geldards Coaches, Transdev in Keighley and TLC Travel, National Express coaches run nationwide from the station, Bharat Coaches run coach services to Derby, Leicester, Slough and Southall and Megabus runs services to Burnley, Halifax, Huddersfield, Skipton and East Midlands Parkway railway station (with train connections to London St Pancras railway station) as part of its Megabusplus service.

Local bus services run to many destinations, including......
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