Castleford Bus Station

Castleford’s new £6M bus station opened in Spring 2015 providing an attractive new gateway to the town centre with improved facilities and higher levels of comfort for the 12,000 bus users that use the station daily. It has been developed to support the regeneration and growth of Castleford and the Five Towns area.

The new bus station features an enclosed waiting area, CCTV coverage, real-time information display and public toilets. Improved links between the new bus station and the town’s rail station have also been created.

Unveiling a plaque to mark the occasion, Cllr Peter Box, Chair of West Yorkshire Combined Authority and Leader of Wakefield Council said Castleford Bus Station was the first major transport project completed under the West Yorkshire Combined Authority banner but was the first of many.