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Ilkley bus station

Ilkley Bus interchange
Location
Locale Station Road, Ilkley
Local authority City of Bradford
Operation
Managed by Metro
No. of stands 3
Operators First West Yorkshire, Connexionsbuses, Jacksons of Silsden, Keighley & District, Pride of the Dales, TLC Travel, York Pullman.
Travel centre No
Rail connection Yes Ilkley National Rail adjacent.
Annual usage Not known

Ilkley bus station serves the town of Ilkley, West Yorkshire, England. The station is managed by the Metro (West Yorkshire PTE).

The bus station consists of three stands in total and can be accessed from both Station Road and the adjacent Ilkley railway station.

Services

The main operators are First West Yorkshire, Connexionsbuses, Jacksons of Silsden, Keighley & District, Pride of the Dales, TLC Travel and York Pullman. Buses run from the bus station around the town and as far afield as Bradford, Harrogate, Keighley, Leeds, Otley, Skipton and York.

References

External links

  • Metro's Ilkley Bus Station page

Coordinates: 53°55′28″N 1°49′16″W / 53.92455°N 1.82116°W / 53.92455; -1.82116

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