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Wythenshawe Town Centre Metrolink station

 Wythenshawe Town Centre
Metrolink
Location
Place Wythenshawe
Local authority City of Manchester
Fare zone information
Present status Proposed station
History
Opening 2016
UK Trams portal

Wythenshawe Town Centre Metrolink station is a future station proposed in Phase 3b of the Manchester Metrolink. The station is scheduled to open in Summer 2016[1] and will be located on the Airport line in Wythenshawe town centre next to shops, the library and Wythenshawe Forum. A new bus station is also proposed next to the Metrolink station,[2] which would replace existing stops at the current bus station and Wythenshawe Forum.

Services

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.[1]

References

External links

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

Coordinates: 53°22′48″N 2°15′38″W / 53.38000°N 2.2605°W / 53.38000; -2.2605


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