Monday, June 2, 2008

Crowding forces merger of adjacent train stations

SHOPPING CENTER OAKS - Rapid development between suburban municipalities has brought their light rail depots together.

"Rather than build completely new stations in between, we just extended the existing ones a few hundred yards," said Dave Rankles, spokesperson for the Suburban Park Railway Line (SPRawL). "Now the conductor can just stop wherever people are waiting."

Several blocks of housing will be torn down near each new segment to accommodate parking for people who do not live close to the rail lines.
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