Redeveloping Middlesbrough Bus Station


Middlesbrough Bus Station opened in 1982 and has served as a core facility and interchange for the bus network across the Tees Valley and beyond into North Yorkshire and the wider North East.  

It has 21 stands for local bus services and additional stands on its upper floor for regional and national coach services. 

However, given the facility is now more than 40 years old, there is a real need to upgrade and redevelop the site to complement the regeneration projects going on elsewhere in the town centre.  

This project will create a modern fit-for-purpose bus station to provide an appropriate gateway to the town centre – and complement the work going on to overhaul Middlesbrough Station.  

It aims to meet the needs of bus operators and, crucially, the expectations of passengers.


£15million agreed by TVCA Cabinet January 2024

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