Rochdale Interchange

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Rochdale Manchester Metrolink Bus interchange
Location
Locale Smith St, Rochdale
Local authority Rochdale
Coordinates 53°37′01″N 2°09′18″W / 53.6170°N 2.1550°W / 53.6170; -2.1550Coordinates: 53°37′01″N 2°09′18″W / 53.6170°N 2.1550°W / 53.6170; -2.1550
Operation
Managed by Transport for Greater Manchester
No. of stands 13
Operators First Greater Manchester
Rossendalebus
First West Yorkshire
Centrebus
Manchester Community Transport
Travel centre Yes
Rail connection Rochdale railway station National Rail
A Leyland Atlantean of Greater Manchester Transport parked at Rochdale bus station in the 1980s

Rochdale Interchange is a transport hub located in the town of Rochdale in Greater Manchester, England, run by Transport for Greater Manchester.

It was opened in November 2013, integrating a new bus station with Rochdale Town Centre Metrolink station[1]

Services[edit]

The majority of bus service that serve Rochdale are run by First Greater Manchester, while the remainder of services are run by Rossendalebus, Centrebus, First West Yorkshire, Manchester Community Transport and Stagecoach Manchester.

There are frequent buses from Rochdale to destinations that include Accrington, Ashton-under-Lyne, Bolton, Burnley, Bury, Halifax, Manchester, Oldham, Rawtenstall and Todmorden, as well as other parts of the Rochdale borough including Castleton, Heywood, Hollingworth Lake, Kirkholt, Littleborough, Middleton, Milnrow, Newhey and Norden.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rochdale town centre – a new beginning". Rochdale Development Agency. Retrieved 16 October 2011.