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[Editor's note: This post was updated on Aug. 24.]
The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) today will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony for its newly renovated Brookpark Station. Served by the Red Line rail route and four bus routes, the station underwent a $16.5 million renovation project. The work included building a new platform, canopies and entrances, as well as improving lighting, security systems and cameras. In addition, RTA provided new parking lots and enhanced passenger waiting areas, agency officials said in a media advisory. Work began on the improvements in June 2015. The station was first constructed in 1969.The Brookpark station is RTA's busiest and serves more than 750,000 riders each year.
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