March 26, 2013
Project assessment found that glass used on the structure’s exterior would need to be significantly strengthened to meet safety guidelines. The additional cost would be $7.5 million. Officials may study the use of a perforated metal material, which could save about $17.5 million.
December 6, 2010
The wrecking ball is planned to remain in use for the next few months as the remainder of the old Terminal structure is removed. A temporary terminal located a few blocks away on Beale and Howard Streets will continue to serve bus operations until the new Transbay Transit Center opens its doors in 2017.
August 12, 2010
Will serve as the northern terminus for the California High-Speed Rail system and a multi-modal facility that will accommodate 11 transit operators and serve more than 45 million passengers a year. Project is estimated to create more than 48,000 jobs in its first phase of construction, which will last seven years.
December 12, 2008
Touted as the "Grand Central of the West", the center will serve more than 100,000 people per day through nine transportation systems once completed in 2014.
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