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5/9/2005



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Allegheny Count port authority to open 2,200-space parking structure


Next week, the Port Authority of Allegheny County will open a seven-story, 2,200-space parking garage at the South Hills Village station.

The structure will provide light-rail passengers direct access to the renovated station via a covered pedestrian walkway, and a new passenger drop-off and pick-up area.

The parking garage is one of the final pieces of the port authority’s Stage II light-rail project, which included reconstructing the 5.2-mile Overbrook Line, purchasing 28 new light-rail vehicles, rebuilding several stations and adding park-and-ride lots.

In conjunction with the parking structure opening, the authority will begin operating additional rail service along the Overbrook Line, including a limited number of trips to and from South Hills Village. The authority will continue to expand service as it acquires rehabilitated vehicles.

For more Port Authority of Allegheny County coverage, see Progressive Railroading’s May issue.



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