The $11 million project is scheduled to open Tuesday.
The Jacksonville Transportation Authority held a ribbon-cutting Thursday on Phase 1 of the Regional Transportation Center, the Greyhound Intercity Bus Terminal at 1111 W. Forsyth St. in LaVilla.
The $11 million project is scheduled to open Tuesday for passengers.
The 10,000-square-foot terminal features an indoor waiting area, ticketing offices, a restaurant, restrooms, nine bus bays, parking and a customer drop-off area on Stuart Street.
The current Greyhound station property at 10 N. Pearl St., built in 1956, was sold in December to Miami-based property investor Ramon Llorens, under AK Pearl LLC, for $2.78 million.
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