A bus driver has officially opened Winchester's newly renovated bus station - by driving into it through a red ribbon.
The bus station has undergone a £400k renovation programme which the council says gives it an open and pedestrian-friendly layout, making it safer for all bus users – and improving real time bus information.
Major changes to Winchester bus station are getting underway this week following a £4 million takeover of the site by the city council.
Work to make it safer and more attractive to passengers is expected to take a couple of months.
In the meantime buses will park in the nearby Broadway.
65,000 people use Winchester's buses each week.