Quadrant Bus Station (City and County of Swansea)
The new bus station provides 20 bus bays, 3 coach stands, 12 layover spaces and a passenger concourse. The new bus station was officially opened 22st June 2011 by Welsh Government First Minister Carwyn Jones.
The state-of-the-art bus station has already become a landmark for tens of thousands of passengers since it opened in December to acclaim from local people and bus user groups alike.
It's also a testimony to the hard work and effort of Council staff who were involved in delivering the project on time.
And passengers are continuing to get a helping hand from a team of Council-employed bus station rangers on site who are available tohelp visitors their way around the bus station or advise about onward journeys.
The Council demolished the old Quadrant bus station in June 2009 and used grant funding to redevelop the site, transforming it into a modern transport interchange.
The new bus station includes 20 bus bays, three coach bays, a modern passenger waiting area, as well as retail units, toilet facilities and Swansea Mobility Hire.
Swansea City Bus Station was developed using grant funding from Welsh Government and WEFO (Welsh European Funding Office).