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ARTIC: Newest SoCal transit hub opens in December

Posted on November 17, 2014

Photos courtesy ARTIC
Photos courtesy ARTIC
ANAHEIM, Calif. — The Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center, the $184 million station that will link commuters from the Inland Empire or eastern Los Angeles County driving to workplaces in Orange County, or vice versa, is set to open Dec. 6.

PHOTOS: ARTIC - Premier SoCal transportation hub

The LEED platinum design hub brings together the services of OCTA, Metrolink, Amtrak, Anaheim Resort Transportation (ART), shuttles, taxis, bikes, tour and charter buses, and other public/private transportation providers.

PHOTOS: ARTIC - Construction in progress

City officials said the transit station’s design mimics the high ceilings of Union Station, as well as other great train stations in New York, Chicago and Philadelphia. But the O.C. version adds a modern twist on those Art Deco and Beaux-Arts style stations.

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