Vauxhall bus station
|Operated by||Transport for London|
|Connections||Vauxhall Station (adjacent)|
|Opened||4 December 2004|
Only one route terminates there, route 156.
In 2004, bus stops were moved from outlying roads (South Lambeth Road, Wandsworth Road, Vauxhall Bridge) to a central point at the Vauxhall Cross road junction to create an improved transport interchange.
Under threat of demolition
In 2013, Lambeth Council and Transport for London announced plans to demolish the bus station to build a new High Street, as part of Vauxhall's regeneration plans. The Vauxhall Society is campaigning against the demolition and has set up a petition.
There have been issues with people taking photographs of the bus station as it may be viewed as a security risk.
- Vauxhall's glamorous new bus station The Guardian 11 April 2005
- Bus passengers first to enjoy benefits of Vauxhall Interchange Transport for London 1 September 2004
- "VAUXHALL CROSS". Arup Associates. Retrieved 3 June 2015.
- Vauxhall Bus Station demolition may cost 25 million pounds Arts London News 12 February 2014
- Save Vauxhall Bus Station: Kennington, Oval & Vauxhall tell the planners and politicians where to get off The Vauxhall Society
- Police delete London tourist's photos 'to prevent terrorism The Guardian 16 April 2009