Work on the King's Lynn Transport Interchange project continues apace, since our last update reporting the revised stopping arrangements further developments have taken place, the smart revamp of the bus station office building is nearing completion and ground works have begun in preparation for the new herringbone layout and to allow construction of the feature canopy, meanwhile the main access road to the bus station - Market Street has been closed to allow footpath and road layout improvements to take place, as a result buses that are still serving the bus station must now enter and exit the bus station via the newly constructed access point on Albion Street. Our correspondent David Bell captured some photos of buses using the new entrance on its first day in use last Monday...
Norfolk Green Alexander Dennis Enviro300 27644 GX10 HBZ is seen arriving on an X8 from Fakenham, once the Interchange works have been completed this new access point will become an exit for Northbound buses (c) David Bell.
Norfolk Green Alexander Dennis Enviro400 10055 SN13 EEB seen arriving on an 11 from Hunstanton (c) David Bell.
Norfolk Green Alexander ALX400 bodied Dennis Trident 17785 LX03 BVY seen using the new temporary bus station drop off point having arrived on a 10 from Hunstanton (c) David Bell.
Norfolk Green Optare Versa 25270 YJ10 EYC, one of an ever decreasing number of the fleet still wearing the old style NG colour scheme (c) David Bell.
Konectbus Optare Tempo 415 YJ06 FZK seen having arrived on the 1 from Watton (c) David Bell.
We'll leave you with this excellent @KLTIWorks tweet showing before and after shots of the revamped bus station office building...
Keep up to date with the progress of the Bus Station redevelopment on the special King's Lynn Transport Interchange web pages or on Twitter @KLTIWorks where regular updates and photos of the redevelopment work are posted.