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June 2014

Historic St. Paul Depot Revived as Modern Multimodal Hub

The revamped design incorporates new modes, such as bicycle, bus and light rail, along with added emphasis on vehicular interfaces to the depot, which was not originally designed for modern vehicle operations.

September 2013

How Transit Agencies Can Put Sustainability into Their Contracts

Conventional wisdom figures that transit agencies would naturally lean toward sustainability. After all, getting people out of their cars and reducing their carbon footprint is a major selling point to many massive public works projects, especially in congested regions with progressive constituencies.

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