Work to build a travel and community hub in Hunstanton is due to start next year.
Norfolk County Council says the new-look bus station and library space in Westgate will let people access services and travel much more easily, as well as mean an improved library service.
The project will also include the refurbishment of toilets, more green space, and a pedestrian crossing.
It will cost £2m with half coming from the Government pot of money to improve bus services and half from County Hall.
Some early designs have been released showing what it will look like. Detailed design work will continue this month and be complete by Spring next year.
Work on site will then start next September to avoid the busy summer season, with the whole thing due to be complete by Spring 2025.
Graham Plant, the county councillor responsible for Highways, Infrastructure and Transport, said: “We know that one of the biggest challenges for people who want to take public transport more often is onwards journeys: this new-look Hunstanton Bus Station answers those problems by bringing cycling and walking infrastructure right to the doors of the bus. With a library and other services right in the same place, it makes greener, more sustainable travel a real, viable choice for service users and visitors to this beautiful part of our coastline.”