TIM CARTER revisits an edge-of-town facility he first encountered in 1989 and finds out how much National Express has done to improve it and how local bus services provide additional connections

Two Caetano Levante-bodied Volvo B9Rs in Milton Keynes Coachway, Stagecoach Yorkshire 53732 (BF63 ZRO) on the left operating to Whitehaven and National Express West Midlands 95 (BX65 WBD) bound for Halifax. Stagecoach East 54307 (YX64 WCL) is to their right in Bay 1 on the X5 Oxford-Cambridge service.
Waiting area, café and shop.
Whitehave-bound National Express West Midlands 95 (BX65 WBD), a Caetano Levantebodied Volvo B9R, in Bay 3.

Milton Keynes Coachway was 30 years old on 30 April, a facility that today is quite different from that I described in August 1989 Buses.

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