November 26, 2013
Will replace the Maryland Transit Administration’s aging Kirk Avenue bus maintenance garage, which was built in 1947. The new facility will include two energy-efficient buildings that allow for improved maintenance and storage of approximately 175 buses.
May 28, 2013
The new hub offers riders a direct connection to other transportation services, including the MBTA commuter rail to Boston, Amtrak and intercity bus service.
May 14, 2013
Will include indoor storage for up to 36 buses and outdoor storage for four buses; indoor service bays for fueling, bus wash, inspection, cleaning and running repairs; building service support areas including equipment and storage rooms; and staff facilities and parking.
October 5, 2012
The Shepherd Parkway Metrobus Division sits on 16 acres of land with space for up to 250 buses. Initially, it will house 114 Metrobuses that operate on 50 routes mainly in Southeast and Southwest Washington, D.C., providing better service for thousands of customers.
January 27, 2012
Northwest Bus Facility now has the capacity to operate and maintain 250 buses for the entire Tucson region.
October 14, 2011
New bus facility will cost an estimated $4.2 million. About $2.2 million in federal funds were awarded to MAX in 2006 and 2007 and will fund the first two phases of the project.
March 4, 2009
LEED-certified facility took sustainable site development, water efficiency, energy efficiency, material selection and indoor environmental quality all into consideration.
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