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Cardiff Bus Interchange opening date revealed

30 May 2024 2 minute read
Cardiff Bus Interchange. Image: TFW

The highly anticipated opening date for Cardiff Bus Interchange has been announced by Transport for Wales.

The Interchange will open in June with bus services scheduled to start on Sunday 30 June 2024.

Open days

On 27, 28 and 29 June TfW will open the doors to the new interchange so that members of the public can learn about the new facilities on offer before bus services officially start running from 30 June.

With 14 bus bays, the new transport interchange will be operated by Transport for Wales and will help improve the public transport network in Wales.

Cardiff Bus Interchange. Image: Rightacres Property Co. Ltd.

Customer Ambassadors will be on hand during the customer familiarisation days to give more information about the new services and help with any concerns.

TfW has been working with local bus operators to confirm which services will run from the new interchange when it opens – these details will be shared soon.


Marie Daly, Chief Customer and Culture Officer at TfW said: “We’re pleased to be opening the new bus interchange next month and look forward to welcoming customers on the 27, 28 and 29 June to see the new facilities and learn about the new bus services.

“Further updates on the bus services that will run from the new facility will be confirmed soon.”

TfW has been working with bus operator partners and Cardiff Council to prepare for the opening.

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Mab Meirion
Mab Meirion
15 days ago

Which day is homeless day?

Ap Kenneth
Ap Kenneth
15 days ago

A partial replacement, coaches will go somewhere else!

Padi Phillips
Padi Phillips
14 days ago
Reply to  Ap Kenneth

So will most of the city’s buses – 14 bays is nowhere near sufficient. Caerffili has eleven bays at the bust station (and it’s properly integrated with the railway station) Blackwood bus station has nine bays and Swansea bus station has 23 bays and 34 extra bays for buses waiting to use the bays or on standby. Utterly ludicrous that Cardiff’s new bus station is so small and inadequate and contains no provision for inter-city coaches which will continue to be at Sophia Gardens. We’ll still be stuck with a variation of the current arrangements where passengers will have to… Read more »

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