A GUARDIAN reader was nice enough to send us a link to a story about a new transit center in
Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina along with a story about their new DOWNTOWN CIRCULATOR which of course is a rubber tire vehicle as instead of steel rail buried in the street.
As for the transit center, it looks like it takes care of cross country buses, taxis, local buses and of course, the downtown circulator. Lots of TRANSIT CENTER pictures and it apparently only cost about $15 million.
Certainly beats trying to squeeze some inadequate cobbled together piece of junk into Boise’s Tenth Street! No one needs to travel to Durham to see this, their are plenty of picture right here and a couple of phone calls will do the trick.
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