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On 1/23/2021 at 3:39 PM, KJHburg said:

Here are some more with ground floor shots and yes very impressive.

https://www.perkinseastman.com/projects/raleigh-union-station-square/

Too bad they're still like "located in the warehouse district!!!" while removing over half the remaining warehouses. Call it something else for your schtick fellas. Depot district? Downtown west? I dunno, but stop. 

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3 minutes ago, Jones_ said:

Too bad they're still like "located in the warehouse district!!!" while removing over half the remaining warehouses. Call it something else for your schtick fellas. Depot district? Downtown west? I dunno, but stop. 

Union District would be good since it will be the heart of the district anyways and there's hardly any warehouse to begin with. 

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8 minutes ago, carolina1792 said:

Union District would be good since it will be the heart of the district anyways and there's hardly any warehouse to begin with. 

The Transportation  District might work, but we all know that the name "Warehouse District" has a certain urban attractiveness than many urban sophisticates like.

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It looks like this plan calls for 8 bus stops. I'm a little confused. Is this facility meant to replace Moore Square Station? Be a companion to Moore Square Station? I certainly understand the desire to get multimodal, but it doesn't seem like 8 bays in an area where the streets are narrow and tight is the best idea for _the_ bus hub, if the answer is the former. If the answer is the latter, are we going to have criticism about the "lack of focus" with the bus plan? Are there going to be complaints about bias with the routes/connections?

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On 8/19/2021 at 8:32 AM, dmccall said:

It looks like this plan calls for 8 bus stops. I'm a little confused. Is this facility meant to replace Moore Square Station? Be a companion to Moore Square Station? I certainly understand the desire to get multimodal, but it doesn't seem like 8 bays in an area where the streets are narrow and tight is the best idea for _the_ bus hub, if the answer is the former. If the answer is the latter, are we going to have criticism about the "lack of focus" with the bus plan? Are there going to be complaints about bias with the routes/connections?

Any idea if the southern West street extension is part of this plan? If so, that would help some Ithink. 

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