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Longton Interchange

Longton Interchange
Location
Locale Baths Road, Longton, Staffordshire
Local government Stoke-on-Trent
Coordinates
Operation
Opened 2003
Stands 9
Operators First Potteries
Wardle Transport
Copeland Tours
D&G Bus & Coach
Travel centre No
Intermodal connection Longton railway station is adjacent.

Longton Transport Interchange serves the town of Longton, Staffordshire, England. The interchange is adjacent to Longton railway station.

The interchange was opened in 2003 at a cost of £637,000. The building was part funded by Stoke-on-Trent City Council, with £140,000 of funding being paid by Tesco. Tesco's contribution was part of the conditions put in place when the council approved planning permission for a supermarket in the town centre.[1]

The main operators at the station are First Potteries, Wardle Transport, Copeland Tours and D&G Bus & Coach. Buses run from the bus station around the Potteries area and as far as Alton Towers.

References

  1. ^ Ault, Richard (11 May 2013). "You wait six years for a bus station screen... then two come along".  

External links

  • Disabled Go - Longton Transport Interchange Access Guide
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