coach station

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: station - a terminal that serves bus passengerscoach station - a terminal that serves bus passengers
depot, terminal, terminus - station where transport vehicles load or unload passengers or goods
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The law was put into effect on Thursday and coach companies informed the passengers with announcements at the coach stations across the country.
The building, described by commentators as "the Selfridges of coach stations", opened for business in December and since then more than 5,000 coaches have departed the new site, carrying thousands of passengers across the country.
NATIONAL Express's new green coach station in Birmingham, which was opened recently by England football coach Fabio Capello, boasts some of Birmingham's biggest eco friendly design features.
Meanwhile, a translation guide has been introduced into National Express travel shops and coach stations.
The assurance of more privacy and space would be especially popular with women travelling alone or with customers, who want to stretch out, read a book or choose to snooze.' The company will soon begin work on rebuilding the city's notorious Digbeth Coach Station. The pounds 7 million project includes a design by celebrated architect Ken Shuttleworth, the man behind the London's 'Gherkin' and the Millennium Bridge.'
A poster of a missing 20-year-old who disappeared from her Tyneside home is being put up at coach stations across the country.
"Hundreds of people pass through coach stations and travel shops every day.
Business Staff Coach stations have something of a black and white movie about them -dated and with a hint of mystery.
The move, which threatens the jobs of 84 stewarding staff, comes after customers said they would prefer to see employees deployed at coach stations instead.