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The long route taken to the new transit center

June 2010
City of Rochester “abandonment” of Mortimer Street gives
RGRTA the go-ahead

November 2011
Design build contract awarded, signaling
the beginning of design process

Nov. 20, 2012
Groundbreaking

Jan. 25, 2013
Site remediation complete

April 1, 2013
Foundation complete

March 29, 2013

July 19, 2013
Structural work complete

July 31, 2013
Topping ceremony

Jan. 24, 2014
Building enclosed

Jan. 31, 2014
Mechanical, electrical, plumbing roughed in

June 2014
Terrazzo floor poured

June 10, 2014

September 2014
Landscaping and fencing

October 2014
Building commissioning and testing

Oct. 20, 2014
New transit center dedicated

Nov. 28, 2014
RTS Transit Center opens, systemwide changes
go into effect

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