Downtown Raleigh’s new transportation hub has its opening delayed again. N.C. Department of Transportation has said trains will not begin to stop at the new station until July at the earliest. Originally scheduled to be finished in late 2017, construction was first started on the industrial building off of Hargett and Cabarrus located at 320 W. Cabarrus Street, that had been vacant since 2005. The reuse project is 26,000 square feet and uses 9,200 square feet for passenger areas. The building and track design was first started in 2013 and finished in 2014 with construction beginning int 2016. The new address is 510 W. Martin Street and it sits beside the newly finished Dillon residential and commercial building and the new Father & Son store in the old Flanders Gallery. Parking spots for travelers are available in the adjacent Dillon and costs $2 per hour or $18 a day maximum and uses credit cards when exiting the parking deck. Here is a schedule to keep an eye on for planning trips by train. Also, sidenote, bicycles are welcome on the trains! The structure is beautiful and the industrial vibe fits perfectly in the Warehouse District. We are now set as a city to accommodate the demand for a passenger rail, commuter rail, buses, taxis, bikes, and more, and have room to grow. The project has cost about $88.8 million dollars, $25.9 million of that local, $9 million of that state funding, and $53.9 million coming from federal funding. $21.6 million was spent in supporting costs for the project.