Hyde bus station

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Hyde Bus Station Bus interchange
Hyde Bus Station - geograph.org.uk - 1008974.jpg
The eastern entrance to Hyde bus station off Clarendon Street and Tinker Street
Locale Hyde, Greater Manchester, UK
Local government Tameside Council
Coordinates 53°27′10″N 2°04′49″W / 53.45290°N 2.08039°W / 53.45290; -2.08039Coordinates: 53°27′10″N 2°04′49″W / 53.45290°N 2.08039°W / 53.45290; -2.08039
Opened 3 August 2004
Managed by Transport for Greater Manchester
Stands 6
Operators Stagecoach Manchester
First Greater Manchester
Intermodal connection Hyde Central National Rail

Hyde bus station in Hyde, Greater Manchester serves as a bus terminus for 11 bus services and as a major stop for 4 bus services in the Greater Manchester area. It was opened in 2004 and was built on the site of the old bus station for Hyde. The station is managed by Transport for Greater Manchester. It is situated in Hyde town center and to the east of Hyde Central railway station.

To the north side of the wall of the bus station, the M67 motorway travels past.


A picture of Hyde bus station in 1999, before it was revamped to an indoor structure.

In 2003 the new bus station was built by Sisk building contractors for £3.7 million.


There are several services that use Hyde Bus Station. The majority of services are run by Stagecoach Manchester with the remainder of services run by Checkmate Transport, First Greater Manchester, JPT and Stotts.

There are frequent buses running to Ashton-under-Lyne, Belle Vue, Denton, Dukinfield, Godley, Hattersley, Manchester and Stockport. Buses also run to Glossop, Marple, Mottram, Oldham and Stalybridge.

The bus services that use Hyde Bus Station are 201, 202, 204, 206, 207, 304, 330, 341, 342, 343, 344, 346, 387, 389.[1]


  1. ^ "TfGM - Hyde bus station - Where to catch your bus" (PDF). Transport for Greater Manchester. Retrieved 9 October 2011. 

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