Coaches have begun stopping at new coach stops at Preston Bus Station.Advertisement
Work has been ongoing on the southern end of the grade-II listed building as part of its major refurb.
The former taxi rank was modified to work as a coach station and the access roads widened to let the Megabus and National Express coaches in.
Lancashire County Council is restoring the Bus Station, and the new look road layout around by Lords Walk has also been nearly finished.
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The Bus Station, since being listed in 2013, has seen major work start in 2016 and include restoration to the car park ramps, car park and inside the Bus Station.
A new, chargeable, toilet has been introduced and the Bus Station itself only has buses going from one side.
This is due to work due to begin in October this year for the long-delayed Preston Youth Zone.
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The price of the Youth Zone has risen to £8.5million since its first announcement.
Total work on the Bus Station repairs and work in the area is more than £20million.
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