The latest photographs have been released showing the progress of the new Accrington bus station.
Work started earlier this week on erecting the steelwork and should take around three weeks to complete.
Works are progressing, with particular progress being made on the retaining walls at the edges of the site.
A Hyndburn Labour group spokesperson said: “The next major works to be undertaken on the site are the erection of the steelwork.
“This signifies the first major, visible, piece of work on the main station building after a lot of work has been put in to prepare the area ready for this.”
Work on the £6.4 million scheme, set on the site of the former Crawshaw Street car park, started in February and has included levelling the area to build the main station, constructing retaining walls and installing a new drainage system.
The new station is expected to be built by April 2016 and open a month later to allow for staff training and final preparation works.
It is part of the £40 million Pennine Reach scheme to improve transport links between Hyndburn and Blackburn.