Wythenshawe bus station

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Wythenshawe Bus interchange
Wythenshawe Bus Station.jpg
Locale Wythenshawe
Local government Manchester
Opened 1981
Managed by GMPTE
Stands 11
Operators Stagecoach Manchester, Arriva North West
Travel centre Yes
Intermodal connection No

Wythenshawe bus station serves the Wythenshawe area of Greater Manchester, England.

The bus station was opened by the Greater Manchester Passenger Transport Executive in 1981. It is mainly served by operators Stagecoach Manchester and Arriva North West. Most buses that call here also provide links to Manchester Airport.

Wythenshawe Bus Station can be divided into two parts. The Main Station (stands A-H) conveys all Wythenshawe services and the Forum (stands K, L, M and N) conveys some but not all.


There are several companies that use Wythenshawe bus station. The majority of services are run by Stagecoach Manchester with the remainder of services run by Arriva North West, GB Coaches, Go Goodwins and Manchester Community Transport.

There are frequent buses running to Altrincham, Manchester, Manchester Airport, Stockport and Wythenshawe Hospital plus several parts of the Manchester and Trafford areas including Cheadle, Gatley, Northenden, Sale, Stretford, The Trafford Centre and Urmston.


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Coordinates: 53°22′49.79″N 2°15′35.41″W / 53.3804972°N 2.2598361°W / 53.3804972; -2.2598361