Quadrant bus station

Quadrant bus station

The Quadrant Bus Station (or Swansea Bus Station [cite web
title=Swansea bus station plans approved
publisher=City and County of Swansea
] ) is the bus station in Swansea, Wales. It lies immediately to the west of the Quadrant Shopping Centre. The bus station opened along with the rest of the Quadrant Centre, replacing the old bus station opposite (next to the Grand Theatre). The bus station also has a small taxi rank to the south.

The station has twenty eight bays. Twenty bays are located on the west side where mainly local suburban and inter-urban south Wales buses depart. On the south side at Garden Street there are five bays where national buses operated by National Express depart from to major cities as London, Birmingham, Cardiff, Bristol as well as Heathrow Airport and Gatwick Airport. Also from Garden Street, there is a regular half-hourly service, served by First Cymru's route 100 'Shuttle' bus from Swansea bus station to Bridgend Designer Outlet and Cardiff Central Station or Cardiff Bay. Three baysdubious are located on Wellington Street on the south side for use by charter buses.

Future plans

With the station now being over twenty years old, the station is now in poor condition. Plans are afoot to re-develop the station into a more modern bus interchange facility. [cite web
title=Bus station plans move a step closer
publisher=City and County of Swansea
] In July 2008, it was announced that funding from the European Covergence programme was approved to help with the £11 million redevelopment of the station. On 1st August 2008 it was confirmed that work on the new Bus Station will begin in January 2009 and that the work will be complete in 2010. The new station will still have 20 stands for bus services within Swansea and Wales with 3 stands for coaches to other places in the UK. [cite web
title=Overhaul for Swansea bus station
publisher=BBC News


Local services

ee also

*Transport in Wales


External links

* [http://www.firstgroup.com/ukbus/wales/swwales/home/index.php First Cymru]

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