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The Downtown Transit Center was designed by [[Wallace Roberts & Todd]]<ref name=emporis>{{cite web|url=http://www.emporis.com/en/wm/bu/?id=1152868|title=Charlottesville Transit Center|publisher=Emporis.com|accessdate=29 Jun 2009}}</ref>. Completed in 2008, It was the first municipal building in Virginia to receive a LEED-NC Gold status award for its environmentally-friendly design and construction{{fact}}.  
 
The Downtown Transit Center was designed by [[Wallace Roberts & Todd]]<ref name=emporis>{{cite web|url=http://www.emporis.com/en/wm/bu/?id=1152868|title=Charlottesville Transit Center|publisher=Emporis.com|accessdate=29 Jun 2009}}</ref>. Completed in 2008, It was the first municipal building in Virginia to receive a LEED-NC Gold status award for its environmentally-friendly design and construction{{fact}}.  
  
Even though the project is complete, the Center is still listed on the [[Transportation Improvement Program]] as listed by the [[MPO Policy Board]].
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==References==
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The [[Charlottesville-Albemarle Convention and Visitors Bureau]] rents space in the center for a visitors kiosk and administrative space. They pay the [[Charlottesville Transit Service]] an annual lease of $4,872 for the kiosk and $31,896 for office space<ref>City of Charlottesville. Office of the Attorney. Lease Agreements with CACVB - Transit Center. By Richard M. Harris. Vol. City Council. June 21, 2010 Consent Agenda. Web. 21 June 2010. <http://www.cvilletomorrow.org/docs/20100621-CACVB-Transit-Lease.pdf>.</ref>.
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Revision as of 16:40, 21 June 2010

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The Downtown Transit Center is the central hub of the Charlottesville Transit Service bus system. It is located on the east end of the Downtown Mall, adjacent to the Charlottesville Pavilion and across from city hall. The building also serves as downtown's visitors' center, and was designed to include retail space and an art gallery.

The Downtown Transit Center was designed by Wallace Roberts & Todd[1]. Completed in 2008, It was the first municipal building in Virginia to receive a LEED-NC Gold status award for its environmentally-friendly design and construction[citation needed].

Tenants

The Charlottesville-Albemarle Convention and Visitors Bureau rents space in the center for a visitors kiosk and administrative space. They pay the Charlottesville Transit Service an annual lease of $4,872 for the kiosk and $31,896 for office space[2].


Notes

  1. Web. Charlottesville Transit Center, Emporis.com, retrieved 29 Jun 2009.
  2. City of Charlottesville. Office of the Attorney. Lease Agreements with CACVB - Transit Center. By Richard M. Harris. Vol. City Council. June 21, 2010 Consent Agenda. Web. 21 June 2010. <http://www.cvilletomorrow.org/docs/20100621-CACVB-Transit-Lease.pdf>.

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