bus station

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Synonyms for bus station

a terminal that serves bus passengers

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The report going to councillors says that any speculation the delivery of the city's new bus interchange has fallen behind schedule is wrong.
A report to members states: "The need to upgrade the bus interchange at Kirkby has long been recognised.
Her last moments alive were caught by security cameras as she left a bus interchange - and police appealed for witnesses.
THE design of Cardiff's new bus interchange will not be published until next April at the earliest - four months later than originally envisaged.
e area will be remodelled and reconstructed, with workmen building a new roundabout and bus interchange.
To me a bus interchange is a covered bus station free from wind, rain and cold, so how Centro can call a bus shelter a bus interchange is quite strange to me.
Express Taxis, which is run by businessman Paul Blades, has been based at the bus interchange at Sanderson Arcade since 2009, when the centre opened.
The plans also include a bus interchange facility, car parking and possibly a pub restaurant.
SIR THOMAS STREET Works by BT have closed Sir Thomas Street, where there are also improvements to the bus interchange.
45 am at the Railway/ Bus Interchange, off Wakefield Road (A636), Denby Dale.
5m bus interchange for Cheshire West & Chester Borough Council.
Consultation has begun with the public on the plans for the new bus interchange with an information caravan touring the city.
The cabinet report states that the council plans to "recycle its investment in Central Square to fund the new bus interchange.
Emergency services rushed to the scene after a 38-year-old woman was knocked down by a bus at the Four Lane Ends bus interchange and Metro station in Benton, North Tyneside, on September 3.
The plans, which were approved by the council in November, include a bus interchange facility, car parking and possibly a new pub restaurant.