Chorley Interchange in May 2009
|Locale||Clifford Street, Chorley|
|Local authority||Chorley (borough)|
|Managed by||Lancashire County Council|
|No. of stands||15|
|Operators||Stagecoach in Lancashire, Arriva North West, Fishwicks, Lancashire United, Tyrer Bus|
|Rail connection||Chorley adjacent.|
Chorley Interchange is a bus station located in the town of Chorley, Lancashire. The station links up to the nearby Chorley railway station and replaces the former bus station, which was demolished in 2003. The station is owned by Lancashire County Council.
The Interchange opened in 2004 at a cost of £3m. Its facilities include an enclosed passenger waiting area, electronic departure information for both bus and train services, travel and tourist information and a taxi rank.
The majority of services that serve Chorley Interchange are run by Stagecoach in Lancashire with the remainder of services run by Arriva North West, Fishwicks, Lancashire United. Buses go from Chorley to Blackburn, Bolton, Leyland, Manchester, Ormskirk, Preston and Southport, along with several local services branded as Network Chorley.
Chorley Interchange is served by trains operated by Northern Rail and First TransPennine Express. Northern Rail run services to Blackpool North, Preston, Bolton, Manchester (Piccadilly and Victoria), Stockport and Hazel Grove.
- "Train Services - Interchanges". Lancashire County Council. Retrieved 13 November 2011.
- "Station demolition will start 'in weeks'". Chorley Guardian (Johnston Publishing). 28 May 2003. Retrieved 7 June 2011.
- "Bus Services - Chorley Interchange". Lancashire County Council. Retrieved 13 November 2011.