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Greenville one step closer to building Transportation Activity Center

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GREENVILLE, N.C. - Greenville is one step closer to building its new bus transfer hub.
     
The feds approved more than $6 million for the Transportation Activity Center. 

The city says the center should be completed by the end of 2016. It'll be off Dickinson Avenue, near downtown; a modern, clean and safe transfer point between buses and other forms of transportation.
     
With the money to build it secured, the city will only have to pay for 10%of the project with the Federal Transportation Administration promising 80% and 10% from the state.

"There's a lot of opportunity here, very important for our downtown and that this is located here,” said Kevin Mulligan, Dir. of Public Works. “We're just really, really excited that over the next two years, we'll be planning the design and construction of this facility."

The city will soon put out requests for design bids. That'll be followed by public input sessions.

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