Eugene Station

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Eugene Station
bus terminus
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Coordinates 44°2′53.64″N 123°5′36.38″W / 44.0482333°N 123.0934389°W / 44.0482333; -123.0934389Coordinates: 44°2′53.64″N 123°5′36.38″W / 44.0482333°N 123.0934389°W / 44.0482333; -123.0934389
Platforms 20 (A to T)
Connections Lane Transit District
Emerald Express (EmX)
Diamond Express
Construction
Parking no
Bicycle facilities yes
History
Opened 1998
Location
Eugene Station is located in Eugene OR
Eugene Station
Eugene Station
Location within Eugene, Oregon
Eugene Station is located in Oregon
Eugene Station
Eugene Station
Eugene Station (Oregon)

Eugene Station is the primary bus station and terminus in Eugene, Oregon, United States, serving the buses of the Lane Transit District (LTD). Construction began with the official groundbreaking in 1996 and the station opened in April, 1998.[1] The station covers most of a city block, and includes a clock tower featuring glass pyramids and arches inset with colorful glass blocks created by local glass artist John Rose.[2][3] Bus lines include LTD's EmX service. [4][5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "History". Lane Transit District. Retrieved 2009-03-13. 
  2. ^ Harwood, Joe (March 26, 2005). "Call LTD'S new tower functional, call it pretty, but don't call it ..; Government". The Register-Guard. pp. D1. 
  3. ^ "Downtown Eugene Walking Tour" (PDF). Convention and Visitors' Association of Lane County, Oregon. Retrieved 2009-04-08. 
  4. ^ Wright, Jeff (January 10, 2007). "Transportation: For bus service, the future is here". The Register-Guard. pp. F1. 
  5. ^ "Eugene Station". Lane Transit District. Retrieved 2009-04-08. 

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