|Location||Clifford Street, Chorley
|Operated by||Stagecoach in Chorley|
|Bus operators||Stagecoach Merseyside & South Lancashire, Arriva North West, Blackburn Bus Company and Preston Bus|
|Connections||Chorley railway station (adjacent)|
Chorley Interchange is a bus station located in the town of Chorley, Lancashire. The station links up to the nearby Chorley railway station and replaces the former bus station, which was demolished in 2003. The station is owned by Lancashire County Council and operated by Stagecoach in Chorley.
The interchange previously had an electronic destination display for both bus and rail services although this has been disabled.
The majority of services that serve Chorley Interchange are run by Stagecoach in Chorley with the remainder of services run by Arriva North West, Blackburn Bus Company and a small amount by Preston Bus and Tyrers of Adlington. Buses go from Chorley to Blackburn, Bolton, Leyland, Manchester, Ormskirk, Preston and Southport, along with several local services previously (until 2011) branded as Network Chorley.
As of April 3rd 2016 the bus services are as follows:
- STAND A*
- STAND B* 24/24A Blackburn via Brinscall and Wheelton
- STAND C* 14 Buckshaw Village
- STAND D*
- STAND E*
- STAND G* 125 Preston via Whittle le Woods, Clayton Brook, Bamber Bridge.
- STAND H* 109 Preston via Euxton, Leyland, Buckshaw Village, Lostock Hall
- STAND J* 109A Preston via Buckshaw Village
- STAND L* 125C Newman College
- STAND M* 6/6A Coppull
- STAND N* 7/8 Adlington and Croston
- STAND O* 362 Wigan via Coppull and Standish
- STAND P* 125 Bolton via Horwich
- STAND Q* 337/347 Southport and Ormskirk
- STAND R* 570 London, Birmingham or Preston and Blackpool
Chorley Interchange is served by trains operated by Northern Rail and First TransPennine Express. Northern Rail run services to Blackpool North, Preston, Bolton, Manchester (Piccadilly and Victoria), Stockport and Hazel Grove.
- "Train Services - Interchanges". Lancashire County Council. Retrieved 13 November 2011.
- "Station demolition will start 'in weeks'". Chorley Guardian. Johnston Publishing. 28 May 2003. Retrieved 7 June 2011.
- Jacobs, Bill (13 March 2017). "Bus station U-turn will cost county £1.5million in lost fees from Accrington, Nelson, Chorley and Preston". Lancashire Telegraph. Newsquest. Retrieved 14 April 2017.
- "Bus Services - Chorley Interchange". Lancashire County Council. Retrieved 13 November 2011.