I'm not sure what the question means. If it's the difference between 'transfer station' and 'interchange station' I doubt it (although some particular transport authority might choose to make a distinction, based on their own needs - for example Transport for London might want to distinguish (in their internal documents) between say Oxford Circus (where many tube lines cross) and Paddington (where tube lines cross and there is a regular inter-city terminus under the same roof. But then there are other distinctions that could be made - for example, at Kings Cross tube lines meet and you have to walk about 100 metres to the rail terminus. (Note for pedants: Wikipedia gives Kings Cross an apostrophe, but that link doesn't. )
PS Yet another case: at Reading (a mainline railway station) a bus service regularly goes to Heathrow airport. I think I've seen this referred to as an 'interchange station' - or possibly 'station interchange' - but only in officialese.
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