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April 15, 2014

TUESDAY TALKS: Mayor discusses potential of the new Intermodal Transportation Center

Niagara Gazette — The city will soon break ground on a major infrastructure project that has been a topic of discussion for decades.

Scrufari Construction, a century-old Niagara Falls company, will begin work next month on the $40 million Niagara Falls Intermodal Transportation Center, a project that was first kicked around in the mid 1980's.

The city council approved a $22.7 million contract with the construction company at its meeting Monday night, along with several other measures that will see the final phase of the project set in motion.

The work - at the site of the historic U.S. Customhouse near the Whirlpool Rapids Bridge Plaza -  is largely reimbursable through state and federal grants and is expected to be completed by early 2016.

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