Bilston bus station

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Coordinates: 52°33′55″N 2°4′30″W / 52.56528°N 2.07500°W / 52.56528; -2.07500

Bilston Bus interchange
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Location
Locale Wood Street, Bilston
Local government Wolverhampton
Operation
Managed by Network West Midlands
Stands 8
Operators National Express West Midlands, Diamond Bus, Arriva Midlands, Banga Buses
Travel centre No
Intermodal connection Bilston Central tram stop adjacent.

Bilston bus station is a small bus interchange located in Bilston Town Centre, Wolverhampton. It opened in 1991 as a new bus station to serve the town of Bilston and became an interchange on 31 May 1999 when the Midland Metro service opened on the adjacent railway line that had been disused since the end of 1982.

Around 22 bus services operated by 11 operators serve the station which is a short, walkable distance from Bilston Central Midland Metro Station, which links the town to Birmingham, West Bromwich, Wednesbury and Wolverhampton.

The station is built around a large square building which features a shop.

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