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August 29, 2012

Calif. ARTIC awards $127M construction contract

Project is designed to serve as a point for buses, taxis and rail, including possibly the California High-Speed Rail Authority’s proposed high-speed train, within walking distance of Angel Stadium and Honda Center.


August 29, 2012

Metrolink station to get revitalized

The Montebello/Commerce station is the 5th of six stops on Metrolink’s Riverside service, which originates in Downtown Riverside and terminates in Downtown Los Angeles’ Union Station.


March 1, 2011

Port Authority awards last contract for WTC transportation hub

The Oculus, designed by Santiago Calatrava, will serve as the primary link for pedestrian access to the PATH system, 13 New York City subway lines, 500,000 square feet of retail, and four office towers at the WTC site and the World Financial Center.


January 21, 2011

Calif. HSR group tabs $30M to buy L.A. Union Station

Using the funds to acquire the site creates independent benefit for existing transportation entities in the region. An L.A. Union Station revamp would improve operations and service for Metro light rail, Amtrak, Metrolink and the Metro bus system.


October 26, 2009

WVU opens transportation hub

The 7,000-square-foot Mountaineer Station features a 500-space parking garage for both permit and short-term use, a commuter student lounge with lockers, interior bicycle storage and showers, a waiting area for Mountain Line and campus bus passengers, direct access to the Health Sciences Center PRT Station, and information stations for Mountain Line and WVU transportation services.


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