Good news for RTA riders who use the Cedar Hill station — the 50-year-old facility is going to be rebuilt, according to an article in The Plain Dealer.
The two-year project, which won't stop train and bus travel, will cost $18.5 million. The old station will be razed and replaced with a modern plaza.
The official ground-breaking for the new station was at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 19. Cleveland Heights Mayor Ed Kelley said he was excited about the project.
Read more about the Cedar Hill station renovations on The Plain Dealer.