Sunderland Guide: Park Lane Interchange

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Location: A1231 Road, Sunderland City Centre

Park Lane Interchange is the central city bus station of Sunderland. Constructed in 1999, the terminal replaced an older bus station of the same name and location. The station also contains a Tyne-Wear Metro Station which opened in 2002.

The Park Lane bus station provides a nexus to transport throughout the rest of the North East of England and Britain at large. Here, it is possible to get buses to the following locations:

Within the North East (Operated by GoNorthEast)

  • Consett
  • Newcastle Upon Tyne
  • Gateshead
  • Jarrow
  • Middlesbrough
  • Peterlee
  • City of Durham
  • Seaham
  • Stanley
  • Stockton on Tees
  • South Shields

UK Wide services (Operated by coach companies Megabus and National Express)

  • Birmingham (Megabus/National Express)
  • Cardiff (Megabus)
  • London Victoria (Megabus/National Express)
  • Manchester Piccadilly (Megabus/National Express)
  • Middlesbrough (Megabus/National Express)
  • Northampton (Megabus)
  • Leeds (Megabus/National Express)
  • York (Megabus/National Express)
  • Oxford (Megabus)
  • Reading (Megabus)
  • Southampton (Megabus)

Metro Services

  • Airport Bound: Sunderland Central, St. Peter’s, Stadium of Light, Seaburn, East Boldon, Brockley Whins, Fellgate, Pelaw, Heworth, Felling, Gateshead Stadium, Gateshead, Newcastle Central, Monument, Haymarket… onwards to Newcastle Airport
  • South Hylton Bound: Sunderland University, Millfield, Pallion, South Hylton