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September 17, 2012

S. Carolina St. transportation building sits empty

The $4.8 million center — the first phase in the James E. Clyburn Transportation Center — was completed last December after 13 years of delays.


August 20, 2012

S.C. State presses forward with transportation center

Even with severe budget issues, the university continues to hold aside $1.6 million from its 2012-2013 budget for construction of the next building in the troubled complex.


September 13, 2010

U. of Michigan opens expanded transit center

Funding came from a combination of $2.4M in state and federal transportation and ARRA funds from the Ann Arbor Transportation Authority, and $2.1M from U-M business and finance, parking and utility resources.


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