Pudsey bus station

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Pudsey
Pudsey's New Bus Station - looking towards Church Lane - geograph.org.uk - 2253723.jpg
Location Market Place, Pudsey
City of Leeds
Coordinates 53°47′10″N 1°39′47″W / 53.786°N 1.663°W / 53.786; -1.663Coordinates: 53°47′10″N 1°39′47″W / 53.786°N 1.663°W / 53.786; -1.663
Operated by Metro
Bus stands 6
Bus operators
Connections
History
Opened November 2010

Pudsey bus station serves the town of Pudsey, West Yorkshire, England. The bus station is managed and operated by Metro (West Yorkshire PTE)

The bus station is situated at Market Place and consists of six stands in total. First Leeds's ftr service stops at these stops. The main operators at the bus station are First Leeds and Arriva Yorkshire. The bus station opened on Sunday 14 November 2010.[1]

Metro and Leeds City Council have re-built the Pudsey in the style of similar bus stations in West Yorkshire.[2][3]

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Buses run from the Pudsey go to various parts of neighbouring Leeds, such as Armley, Cross Gates, Farsley, Horsforth, Morley, Seacroft (a number of services run from the here to Seacroft bus station) and White Rose Centre, and as far afield as Dewsbury and Bradford.

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