In the mid-1900’s the Union Depot was a bustling train station, but since 1971 the building has been used for restaurants and condos.  Bills pending in the legislature would help finish remodeling the Union Depot into a hub for buses, trains, and other transit options.  When completed, the depot’s list of possible uses includes: intercity and Metro Transit buses, bicycle and pedestrian traffic, the Central Corridor light rail line, Greyhound and Jefferson Lines bus service, Amtrak and a potential high-speed train between the building and Chicago. 

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