Passengers using Woodbridge Station will now find it much easier to make connections between trains and buses. A £250,000 project to improve the rail and bus interchange, increase safety, and expand parking is now complete.
A bus stop and shelter have been constructed on the station forecourt allowing buses to stop right at the railway station for the first time. Pedestrian access to the station, taxi office, station hotel, cafe, and Tourist Information Centre have also been improved. The project also saw the creation of 12 additional parking spaces along with a link to the car park behind the community hall and swimming pool.
The project was funded by Suffolk County Council, Suffolk Coastal District Council, and Network Rail, with private sector funds from Quaypoint for the link road.