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Rochester Intermodal Station 2016 Construction Update

Rochester Intermodal Station Update 2016
Posted by: Mike Governale, president and co-founder of Reconnect Rochester

There hasn’t been much coverage about the progress on Rochester’s new intermodal station lately. So we thought we’d do another construction update and let you know that the project is moving along as scheduled and the new station is expected to be open and ready for passengers next summer, 2017.

Since our last update, the rickety old 1970s Amtrak station has been demo’d, bridge and tunnel work has largely been completed, and the new building is rising above the site. You can find most of these photos and information on the NYSDOT website external link but once again, so that you don’t have to go digging for it, here’s a look at what’s been happening…

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Snow Down on North Clinton!

Join the volunteers at Reconnect Rochester and Flower City AmeriCorps for The Great Rochester Snow Down.
Posted by: Mike Governale, president and co-founder of Reconnect Rochester

Volunteers from Reconnect Rochester and Flower City AmeriCorps are teaming up to clear snow from bus stops and crosswalks in various Rochester neighborhoods this winter. We’re calling it The Great Rochester Snow Down external link and we could use your help on Saturday 1/23…

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Rochester Intermodal Station 2015 Construction Update

Rochester Intermodal Station Construction Update
Posted by: Mike Governale, president and co-founder of Reconnect Rochester

Since ground broke on Rochester’s new intermodal station last October, people have been asking us, “What’s happening with the new station? …When’s it going to be finished?!”

The grounds surrounding Rochester’s current Amtrak station have been swarming with construction activity since the springtime. But with any project of this size and significance, progress may at times appear agonizingly slow. The bottom line is: work is progressing and rail passengers should be using the new station by September 2017.

You can find all of this information on the NYSDOT website external link but so you don’t have to go digging, here’s an overview of what’s been happening…

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