San Bernardino Transit Center

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San Bernardino Transit Center
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Illustration of the future San Bernardino Transit Center
Location West Rialto Ave. @ North "E" St.
Downtown San Bernardino, CA
USA
Coordinates 34°06′00″N 117°17′43″W / 34.10000°N 117.29528°W / 34.10000; -117.29528Coordinates: 34°06′00″N 117°17′43″W / 34.10000°N 117.29528°W / 34.10000; -117.29528
Line(s) Metrolink
sbX
Platforms 22 bus bays
2 side platforms for Metrolink
1 island platform for sbX
Connections Omnitrans
Mountain Area Regional Transit Authority
Victor Valley Transit Authority
Construction
Parking yes
Bicycle facilities yes
Disabled access Yes
History
Opened Partially in April 2014 (sbX only)
Bus lines in Fall 2015.
Metrolink in Spring 2016.

San Bernardino Transit Center is a station and the first multi-modal transit center in California east of Los Angeles, completed on August 24, 2015 which will be on Southern California's Metrolink and Omnitran's bus rapid transit sbX.[1] The station's location is in the heart of Downtown San Bernardino, near San Manuel Stadium and the Inland Center Mall. The station will serve as a major connection terminal connecting all of Omnitrans bus lines as well as the MARTA and Victor Valley Transit Authority.[2][3][4]

Construction[edit]

Construction began in 2013, with an expected completion date of 2014.[5][dated info]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Macduff, Cassie (February 26, 2014). "SAN BERNARDINO: Agencies pool money for transit center, Metrolink extension". The Press Enterprise. 
  2. ^ "(untitled)". City of San Bernardino. [dead link]
  3. ^ "San Bernardino Transit Center: a closer look | Omnitrans Public Transit News for the San Bernardino Valley". Omnitrans.org. 2012-07-25. Retrieved 2013-07-22. 
  4. ^ "Omnitrans buys downtown SB land for transit center". DailyBulletin.com. Retrieved 2013-07-22. 
  5. ^ Begley, Dug. "SB COUNTY: Rapid-transit bus project to start soon". PE.com. Retrieved 2013-07-22.