Tottenham Hale bus station
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The bus station in 2009
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Following the 2011 England riots which began in Tottenham, a redevelopment of the tube, bus and rail stations was used to encourage investment in the area. The £110 million bus and rail interchange project for Tottenham Hale was completed in 2014. As part of the project the bus station was roofed with ETFE, which is also used in the Eden Project. The bus station roof was a finalist for Best Urban Design in the 2018 Haringey Design Awards 2018, and a National Finalist in the Structural Steel Design Awards in 2015.
Tottenham Hale Station is situated right outside the bus station.
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