National Express terminal in Northampton comes under fire for lack of facilities

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A ‘poorly planned’ National Express terminal in Northampton has come under fire once more as further calls were made for toilets and shelters on Victoria Street.

A Labour-tabled motion at Monday night’s full borough council meeting asked the Conservative-led authority to consider using part of the car park on the street for a “transit area, information board, disabled-friendly access and toilets for bus users.”

The 24-hour terminal, which consists of two small outdoor shelters, has been heavily criticised since it opened in March as part of the North Gate bus station development.


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