Brighouse bus station

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Brighouse
Brighouse Bus Station 2009.jpg
Location Ganny Road, Brighouse
Calderdale
Operated by Metro
Bus stands 8
Bus operators
Connections Brighouse railway station (660 yards [600 m])
History
Opened May 2009

Brighouse bus station serves the town of Brighouse, West Yorkshire, England. The bus station is owned and managed by Metro (WYPTE). The bus station is situated in the Brighouse Town Centre and could be accessed from Gooder Street and Ganny Road. The current station was opened from 10 May 2009 on the site of the previous one that dates back from the 1970s.

The new bus station cost £2.38 million and provides passengers with more comfortable and safer enclosed waiting areas, new seating and lighting, real time electronic passenger information, 24-hour CCTV surveillance and additional footpaths and pedestrian access [1]

Services[edit]

The main operators that use the station are First West Yorkshire's Bradford and Calderdale & Huddersfield operations, Arriva Yorkshire, Yorkshire Tiger, Community Transport Calderdale, Halifax Joint Committee and TJ Walsh. National Express services go from here daily south to London Victoria Coach Station.

Buses run from the bus station to Baildon, Bradford, Cleckheaton, Dewsbury, Elland, Halifax, Huddersfield, Leeds, Shipley and Wakefield.

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Coordinates: 53°42′9.6″N 1°46′50″W / 53.702667°N 1.78056°W / 53.702667; -1.78056