Wakefield bus station

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Wakefield
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Location Union Street, Wakefield
Wakefield (borough)
Coordinates 53°41′10″N 1°29′49″W / 53.686°N 1.497°W / 53.686; -1.497Coordinates: 53°41′10″N 1°29′49″W / 53.686°N 1.497°W / 53.686; -1.497
Operated by Arriva Yorkshire
Bus stands 24
Bus operators
Connections
History
Opened 25 September 2001

Wakefield bus station serves the city of Wakefield, West Yorkshire, England. The bus station is owned and operated by Arriva Yorkshire. It is situated at next to Marsh Way A61 and the city's new market and can be accessed from both Marsh Way and Union Street. It reopened on 25 September 2001 after being rebuilt with a main passenger concourse and 24 bus stands.

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The main operators at the bus station are Arriva Yorkshire, Yorkshire Tiger, First West Yorkshire, Stagecoach Yorkshire and National Express coach services also running nationwide from Wakefield.

Buses run from the bus station around the Wakefield area and run as far a field as Barnsley, Doncaster, Selby, Leeds, Bradford, Halifax, Huddersfield and Holmfirth.

The Wakefield freecitybus, operated by Arriva Yorkshire, connects the bus station with both the Wakefield Westgate and Kirkgate railway stations.

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