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Xunta proposes moving bus station to new train station

According to today's Correo Gallego
http://www.elcorreogallego.es/index.php ... 4&Itemid=6
the Xunta is proposing closing the existing bus station and moving it to the new railway station (a bit to the west of the existing one, AIUI) when the high-speed connection is complete.

Don't hold your breath, but a good move IMO, as the fact that bus and train stations are currently in completely different parts of the city is one of the big inconveniences of Santiago.
 
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I agree with you Peter, this would be a good move and make travel with the bus a lot easier. The train station is within walking distance of old town... the current bus station is more of a "hike".

..but I am afraid it will still take a few years until this is reality.
 

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