Canada Water bus station

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Canada Water bus station
London Buses
Bus 381 at Canada Water bus station, London.jpg
Wright Eclipse Gemini bodied Volvo B7TL on route 381 at the bus station in 2009
LocationSurrey Quays Road, Rotherhithe
London Borough of Southwark
Operated byTransport for London
Bus stands5
Bus operators
ConnectionsCanada Water station

Canada Water bus station serves the Surrey Quays area of the London Borough of Southwark, London, England. The station is owned and maintained by Transport for London.

The bus station was opened in 1999 at the same time as the Jubilee line extension to Stratford reached Canada Water and is accessible by escalator from Canada Water Station below easily. It is very near to Surrey Quays Shopping Centre. There is one alighting stand and four boarding stands within the bus station.

The glass-roofed bus station was designed by Eva Jiřičná. It is a hub for services in the Rotherhithe and Bermondsey areas as well as an interchange for the tube station. Its most distinctive feature is a row of 16 m (52 ft)-long roof spans cantilevered from a row of central columns supporting a 100 m (330 ft)-long glass and aluminium canopy. This provides acoustic protection to the surrounding residential blocks and shelters passengers waiting below from the elements.

Canada Water bus station (left) viewed from the roof of Canada Water library

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Coordinates: 51°29′52″N 0°03′00″W / 51.4977°N 0.0500°W / 51.4977; -0.0500