Lviv Bus Station was built between 1976 and 1980 by the engineer and architects Boykiva Sagaydakovskogo and carpenter. Comfortable accommodation on the southern outskirts of the city provides exit towards the Carpathians, through the ring road are flights to other destinations. The bus station is designed for the administration of 800 passengers per hour, buses depart at regional, inter-regional and international flights.
The structure of the station is a shamrock, forming three zones: a zone of arrival, departure area and the area in front of bus station. Side of the building, which faces the street Striysky, notable visor assembly to support its reinforced concrete bracing. The building bus are lockers, lounge, cafe and hotel.