Bus and coach stationTransportManchester Chorlton Street coach station

Rated 4 out of 5

Manchester Chorlton Street coach station (also known as Manchester Central Coach Station) is the main intercity coach station in Manchester.

Most coach services arriving at and departing from Chorlton Street are operated by National Express.

National Express coaches run from here to most major destinations throughout the United Kingdom including direct services to Aberdeen, Belfast, Birmingham, Blackpool, Bournemouth, Bradford, Bristol, Cambridge, Cardiff, Carlisle, Chester, Coventry, Dundee, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow, Heathrow Airport, Kendal, Keswick, Leeds, Leicester, Liverpool, Llandudno, London, Milton Keynes, Newcastle upon Tyne, Nottingham, Sheffield, Stansted Airport, Stoke-on-Trent and Windermere.

Manchester Chorlton Street coach station (also known as Manchester Central Coach Station) in Manchester (Photo: Josie Campbell [CC BY-SA 2.0])
Manchester Chorlton Street coach station (also known as Manchester Central Coach Station) in Manchester (Photo: Josie Campbell [CC BY-SA 2.0])
The coach station is on Chorlton Street in the city centre, just a short walk to Piccadilly Gardens, Manchester Piccadilly railway station, the Northern Quarter and the Central Retail District.

2 reviews

  • Phil Quantock
    4 out of 5

    Latest news on Central Coach Station 2019

    High Peak and Eurolines no longer operate from Manchester Central Coach Station, there are rumours in the local press regarding demolition and redevelopment of the entire area, including the nearby Yates pub, and the coach station moving to a new site near Piccadilly Railway Station, which would be less convenient for passengers.

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    30 April 2019

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    • Tim Uden
      4 out of 5

      Thanks. I've updated this information.

      Thanks for the update. I have confirmed this with Eurolines (who no longer serve Manchester directly) and High Peak (whose TransPeak service also no longer goes to Manchester) and have updated our information about the coach station. The rumours about the coach station being demolished have been going around for a couple of years now and a new station has not yet been confirmed. It is unlikely that a new coach station will be incorporated in the new development, which means that any new coach station will be less convenient for passengers.

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      1 May 2019

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