Cardiff Central bus station

Cardiff Central Bus Station

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Cardiff Central bus station is the main bus transport interchange in Cardiff, the capital city of Wales. With 34 stands, it is the largest bus station in the city and in Wales. It is located adjacent to Cardiff Central railway station forming a major bus-rail-cycle-taxi interchange.

The station used to handle the vast majority of bus and coach services that run in and through the city. Notable exceptions to this are the Megabus service (which calls at Kingsway and Cardiff University), Stagecoach route 122 (which calls at Greyfriars Road) However most city services now circle the city centre without calling at the station

History



The Central bus station was opened in 1954, however, demolition and reconstruction began in 2008 with the terminus building being demolished. Before work began, there were 8 concourses lettered A-F and W with each concourse having numbered stands.

A multi-million-pound modernisation of Cardiff central bus station could begin in 2011. The public will be asked to decide on three options for the future of the ageing hub during a two-month consultation to be launched before Christmas 2010.

Redevelopment

The station is being redeveloped from...
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