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Metroshuttle - Manchester's free bus system

The Metroshuttle service is a free bus system linking the main rail stations, car parks, shopping areas and businesses in Manchester city centre.

Manchester city centre Metroshuttle
Metroshuttles are free buses linking the main rail stations, car parks, shopping areas and businesses in Manchester city centre. Metroshuttle buses run from Piccadilly, Salford Central, Victoria, Oxford Road and Deansgate rail stations. There are three circular routes covering the main areas in the city centre.

Metroshuttle 1
On Mondays to Fridays buses run every six minutes between 7am and 6.00pm, and then every ten minutes until 7pm. On Saturdays buses run every six minutes from 8am to 7pm. On Sundays and public holidays buses run every ten minutes from 10am to 6pm.

Metroshuttle 2
On Mondays to Fridays buses run every ten minutes from 7am to 7pm. On Saturdays buses run every ten minutes from 8am to 7pm. On Sundays and public holidays buses run from 10am to 6pm.

Metroshuttle 3
On Mondays to Fridays buses run every ten minutes from 7am to 7pm. On Saturdays buses run every ten minutes from 8am to 7pm. This service does not run on Sundays and public holidays.

View the Metroshuttle website.

This Metroshuttle service is funded by Manchester City Council, Transport for Greater Manchester, NCP and Allied London.

Metroshuttle buses in Manchester are diesel-electric hybrid vehicles using less fuel and producing lower emissions than most standard buses. Our greener buses are made possible through the Green Bus Fund from the Department for Transport.

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