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Crossacres Metrolink station

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Crossacres Metrolink station

Under construction in 2012
Place Wythenshawe
Local authority Manchester
Fare zone information
Present status Under construction
Opening 2016
UK Trams portal

Crossacres Metrolink station is a future stop on the Airport Line of Greater Manchester's light rail Metrolink system. Currently under-construction, the stop is located at the junction of Brownley Road and Crossacres Road in the Wythenshawe area of Manchester, England.[1] It forms part of Phase 3b of Metrolink's expansion and is scheduled to open in Summer 2016.[2]


Trams are scheduled to run along the Airport line towards Manchester Piccadilly station northbound and towards Manchester Airport southbound. Trams will run every 12 minutes.[2]


External links

  • Light Rail Transit Association
  • Airport route map
Preceding station   Manchester Metrolink   Following station
    Under Construction    
Manchester Airport Line
toward Chorlton

Coordinates: 53°23′N 2°15′W / 53.39°N 2.25°W / 53.39; -2.25

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