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The Jacksonville Regional Transportation Center

On January 10, 2008, the FDOT hosted a public hearing to showcase their plans for a new $147.65 million transportation hub.

Under FDOT's proposal, the transportation center will consume eight blocks of LaVilla. It will stretch from the FEC railroad tracks, north to Adams Street.



The FDOT plan works around the convention center with the rail platforms to the south and skyway & bus terminals to the north.




The JTA bus terminal will include retail space, an 875 space parking garage, provisions for 16 JTA bus bays and an elevated pedestrian bridge over West Forsyth Street.

Phase 1 of the transportation center is expected to break ground in 2009. There is no estimated completion date for the entire complex.

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