Rochdale Interchange opens 17 November

The new Rochdale Interchange will open on Sunday 17 November 2013. The old bus station will close and all buses will use the new interchange.
 
Rochdale interchange is an accessible, bright place to catch your bus with a full range of modern, easy-to-use facilities including a Travelshop.

Where do I catch my bus?
 
The table below shows which stand your bus will use.
 

Bus

Destination

Stand

6

Kirkholt

E

17/17A

Manchester

K

24

Manchester

G

58

Middleton

J

181

Manchester

H

182

Manchester

H

409

Ashton

F

431

Stanneybrook

A

433

Castleton

A

434

Castleton

A

435

Buckstones

D

438

Lane Head

L

440

Syke

D

443

Shawfield

G

444

Norden

M

446

Healey

L

447

Wallbank

A

448

Syke

A

449

Shawclough

M

451

Peppermint Bridge

H

452

Littleborough

H

454

Stansfield

B

455

Littleborough

A

456

Hollingworth Lake

B

457

Stansfield

B

458

Littleborough

B

462

Ladyhouse

J

463

Wallbank

D

464

Accrington

D

468

Bury/Tottington

M

469

Bury/Tottington

L

471

Bolton

C

528

Halifax

D

589

Burnley

B

590

Halifax

B

National Express/Coaches

C

Ring & Ride/Local Link

C

School services

C

 

Click here to see where the stands are in the interchange.

Each stand has a door that will open automatically when your bus arrives. Please keep clear of the stand doors when a bus is ready to leave. For your safety please use the marked pedestrian crossing points in the interchange.

Getting information
 
You can get a full range of timetables, tickets and advice from the Travelshop on the main concourse.

Connecting with trains and Metrolink trams
 
The nearest Metrolink stop to Rochdale Interchange is Rochdale Railway Station, approximately half a mile away. Bus 471 departs from stand C in the interchange, running along Maclure Road and stopping a short distance from both the Metrolink stop and train station. You can see a timetable here.
 
A new Metrolink stop is being built next to the interchange and will open in 2014.

More about the interchange and the transformation of Rochdale town centre
 
Electricity generated from the River Roch is used to help power Rochdale Interchange in a project part funded by INTERREG. Find out more about this innovative project at www.tfgm.com/t2k 
 
The interchange is a significant step in plans to improve Rochdale town centre. You can find out about the wider redevelopment of Rochdale town centre on the Rochdale Town Centre website.

Webcam
 
You can see the interchange on the webcam on the Rochdale Town Centre website.


 

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