Bridgend Bus Station
Bus Station Map
Layout of Bridend Bus Station
Traveline Bus Service Information
Bridgend's award-winning £2.3m bus station opened its doors to the public on Sunday 21 November 2004.
The terminal boasts a landmark tower and a single-storey structure powered by solar rooftop panels. The exterior features extra bays, plenty of room for buses to manoeuvre and a simple entrance and exit system.
The bus station provides Bridgend County Borough with a first-class facility that has improved public transport and made travelling to and from Bridgend town centre a far more pleasant experience.
Passengers are able to wait for buses comfortably inside, out of the weather with access to easy-to-use timetables and other information at their fingertips. The terminal also offers a far safer, more secure environment.
Bus station staff are on hand to provide assistance to travellers, while all areas of the station are accessible and toilets accept RADAR keys.
Should you require a little more help then why not make a booking with our Shopmobility team.
The new bus station plays a vital role in the ongoing regeneration of Bridgend town centre and was designed by Gillespies, built by Wrekin Construction and funded by a Welsh Assembly Government transport grant.
- For information about local bus services please visit our Bus Information page.
Although the bus station remains the central hub for local bus services within the county borough, local and national coach tours, holidays and excursions now operate from Cheapside opposite Bridgend police station. The plan below indicates how to get between the two sites.
If you have any comments or complaints about the bus station, please contact the Council’s Passenger Transport Co-ordination Unit on 01656 642591.
Bus Station Opening Hours
Monday to Saturday 07:00 – 20:00
Sunday and Bank Holidays 10:00 – 18:00
Bus Station Map
Layout of Bridgend Bus Station