Huddersfield bus station
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Huddersfield bus Station as viewed from the car park above
|Locale||Upperhead Row, Huddersfield|
|No. of stands||28|
|Operators||First West Yorkshire, Arriva Yorkshire, Huddersfield Bus Company, K-Line, Stotts Coaches, First Greater Manchester|
|Rail connection||Huddersfield 300 metres away|
The bus station was opened on Sunday 1 December 1974 and is owned and managed by the Metro (West Yorkshire PTE). The bus station is situated in Huddersfield town centre, underneath the Multi-storey car park. It is bordered by the Ring Road (Castlegate A62) and can be accessed from High Street, Upperhead Row and Henry Street.
There are 25 pick-up and three alighting only stands at the bus station.
The main operators at the bus station include First West Yorkshire, Arriva Yorkshire and Huddersfield Bus Company with other services run by First Greater Manchester, K-Line and Stotts Coaches. National Express coaches run nationwide from here.
There are plently of local services which link Huddersfield with the surrounding areas of the town such as Denby Dale, Golcar, Holmfirth, Lindley, Marsden, Meltham, Milnsbridge, Slaithwaite. In addition to this, there are several services which run to other towns in West Yorkshire such as Batley, Bradford, Brighouse, Cleckheaton, Dewsbury, Elland, Halifax, Hebden Bridge, Heckmondwike, Leeds, Mirfield, Morley and Wakefield, the White Rose Shopping Centre plus the 184 service which links Huddersfield with Manchester and Oldham in Greater Manchester.