Transport Interchange

1. About Transport Interchange

Stockport’s modern and attractive transport hub has redefined the town’s connectivity and contains a new 2 acre park, named as Viaduct Park, new walking and cycling links to the railway station and the town centre, and is the first phase of the transformational regeneration of Stockport Town Centre West.

The Interchange has been delivered on time and on budget in partnership with Transport for Greater Manchester and the Greater Manchester Combined Authority, alongside construction company Willmott Dixon.

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The new interchange features 18 bus stands which will allow for 164 departures an hour, making it an integral part of the Bee Network – Greater Manchester’s vision for an integrated, London-style transport system – when buses in Stockport are brought under local control from January 2025.

The Interchange has been designed with future Metrolink integration in mind and TfGM is continuing to work with Stockport Council to develop proposals to bring trams to the town.

And in a further boost to Stockport’s £1 billion town centre regeneration journey, a new 14-storey residential development with 196 one and 2-bedroom apartments and commercial space will open as part of the scheme.

Interchange slow shutter people walking