List of bus stations in Wales
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This is a list of bus stations in Wales:
|Bus station||Location||Number of stands||Primary Destinations||Image|
|Aberdare bus station||Aberdare||12||Trecynon; Penywaun; Hirwaun; Rhigos; Cwmdare; Cardiff|
|Abergavenny bus station||Abergavenny||6|
|Aberystwyth bus station||Aberystwyth||7||Cardigan; Swansea; Llangollen; Machynlleth; Dolgellau; Bangor; Newtown; Cardiff; London|
|Ammanford bus station||Ammanford||6||Carmarthenshire; Pontardawe; Swansea|
|Bangor bus station||Bangor||7|
|Bargoed bus station||Bargoed||4||Blackwood, Cardiff, Newport, Merthyr Tydfil, Caerphilly|
|Blackwood bus station||Blackwood||9||Cardiff; Bargoed; Newport, Town Districts|
|Brecon bus station||Brecon||5||Hay-on-Wye; Hereford; Brecon Beacons; Merthyr Tydfil; Abergavenny; Ystradgynlais|
|Bridgend bus station||Bridgend||11||Brackla; Sarn; Maesteg; Bridgend Designer Outlet; Porthcawl; Port Talbot; Cowbridge; Cardiff|
|Brynmawr bus station||Brynmawr||4||Town Districts, Cardiff, Newport, Abergavenny, Hereford, Ebbw Vale, Merthyr Tydfil|
|Carmarthen bus station||Carmarthen||10||Haverfordwest; Swansea; Llanelli; Cardigan; Aberystwyth; London|
|Caernarfon bus station||Caernarfon||3||Aberystwyth; Bangor; Llandudno; Porthmadog; Pwllheli|
|Caerphilly bus station||Caerphilly||11||Cardiff; Bargoed; Newport; Blackwood, Town Districts|
|Cardiff Central bus station ||Cardiff city centre||Was 34||City districts; South Wales Valleys; Vale of Glamorgan; London; Birmingham; Northern England; Scotland|
|Chepstow bus station||Chepstow||5||Monmouth; Newport|
|Cwmbran bus station||Cwmbran||8||Pontypool; Abergavenny; Newport; Bristol; London Blackwood, Cardiff|
|Gorseinon bus station||Gorseinon||6||Swansea; Llanelli; Lliw Valley|
|Haverfordwest bus station||Haverfordwest||6|
|Llantwit Major bus station||Llantwit Major||1||Cowbridge, Talbot Green, Cardiff, Bridgend, St Athan, Barry, Rhoose, Ogmore-By-Sea, Ewenny, Marcross, Monknash, St. Donats, Cardiff Airport,|
|Maesteg bus station||Maesteg||6||Port Talbot; Bridgend; Cardiff|
|Merthyr Tydfil bus station||Merthyr Tydfil||16||Abergavenny; Brecon; Brecon Beacons; Cardiff; Hereford; South Wales Valleys; Swansea|
|Mold bus station||Mold||Wrexham; Chester|
|Monmouth bus station||Monmouth||2||Chepstow|
|Neath bus station||Neath||11||Port Talbot; Vale of Neath; Skewen; Briton Ferry; Swansea; Pontardawe|
|Nelson bus station||Nelson, Caerphilly||2||Caerphilly, Blackwood, Pontypridd, Bargoed, Merthyr Tydfil|
|Newport bus station||Newport||24 (15 and 9)||City districts; South Wales Valleys; Cardiff; London|
|Newtown bus station||Newtown||5|
|Pontypridd bus station ||Pontypridd||12||Cardiff, Caerphilly, Blackwood|
|Port Talbot bus station||Port Talbot||9||Neath; Bridgend; Swansea; Cardiff; London; Porthcawl; Baglan; Afan Valley; Maesteg|
|Pwllheli bus station||Pwllheli||3||Caernarfon; Porthmadog; Nefyn; Abersoch; Aberdaron|
|Rhyl bus station||Rhyl||5|
|Swansea bus station||Swansea||23||City districts; Gower; South West Wales; Cardiff; London|
|Talbot Green bus station||Talbot Green||4|
|Tonypandy bus station||Tonypandy||4|
|Tredegar bus station||Tredegar||4||Town Districts, Cardiff, Newport, Blackwood, Abergavenny, Hereford, Ebbw Vale, Merthyr Tydfil|
|Wrexham bus station||Wrexham||8||Oswestry; Mold; Chester; London|
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Bangor Bus Station is located on Garth Road (next to Marks and Spencer). Each route has a number, which is displayed at the bus stop and on the bus itself. Two bus services operate in Bangor Arriva and Padarn.
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and the X91 Central Station to Llantwit Major bus station makes its final departure from Cardiff at 5.12pm.
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- "Car boot sale plan for old Nelson bus station". Pendle Today. 2 August 2013. Retrieved 12 March 2017.
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- "Second Powys high school in trouble over buses". Shropshire Star. 4 October 2016. Retrieved 12 March 2017.
A report to the meeting says that the school has been providing transport in the form of one bus a day from Newtown bus station for the past 10 years
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