People in Bolton are being consulted on proposals to move the town's main bus station as part of a £48m transport improvement programme.
Under the plans, buses would use a new interchange by Trinity Street railway station instead of its Moor Lane site.
Greater Manchester Passenger Transport Executive (GMPTE) said the station was part of a wider scheme to improve Bolton's transport infrastructure.
It hopes to encourage more people to use public transport.
Spokesman Peter Bolton said: "What it provides for the travelling public of Bolton is the opportunity to provide a better connectivity between bus and train [services].
"It would allow them to use a covered walk way between the bus and railway station."
Waiting areas, passenger facilities, accessibility, information, safety and security would all be improved at the new station, GMPTE said.
Passengers have two months to comment on the plans, which will then be submitted to Bolton Council.