Walkway leading to Raleigh Union Station.
North Carolina train entering the new Raleigh Union Station platform.
 A paved parking lot. Rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of the existing industrial building (Viaduct Building) at 510 W Martin Street.
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Side view of the new Raleigh Union Station.
Conversion of an existing mid-century industrial building of approximately 24,000 sq ft into a state-of-the-art urban transportation center housing intercity passenger rail facilities, commercial lease space, significant interior and exterior civic spaces and major public infrastructure improvements.
Conversion of an existing mid-century industrial building of approximately 24,000 sq ft into a state-of-the-art urban transportation center housing intercity passenger rail facilities, commercial lease space, significant interior and exterior civic spaces and major public infrastructure improvements.
Inside view of the Tickets & Baggage signs located in Raleigh Union Station.
Open lobby located in the new Raleigh Union Station.
View of the inside of Raleigh Union Station.
Waiting area located at Raleigh Union Station. Seats provided along with waiting areas.
Sign for baggage and ticket check-in at the new Raleigh Union Station.
Hallway in Raleigh Union Station. Benches and railings lead the way through the new beautiful station.
Clancy & Theys is excited for the new opportunities Union Station will bring to downtown Raleigh and looks forward to continuing to help meet the growing needs of the region.
Beautifully constructed walkway leading to Raleigh Union Station.
Train pulling into Raleigh Union Station boarding platform.
Outside view of Raleigh Union Station.
Union Station will make it easier for people to travel and commute to and from other communities in our region. Four daily round trips from Raleigh to Charlotte are now available at Union Station, offering stops in Cary, Durham, Burlington, Greensboro, High Point, Salisbury and Kannapolis.
An 900 linear foot “island” platform, minimum 30 feet wide, with a 450 linear foot canopy, including level boarding, platform access and related facilities.
Parking lot located near Raleigh Union Station.
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Raleigh Union Station

Conversion of an existing mid-century industrial building of approximately 24,000 sq ft into a state-of-the-art urban transportation center housing intercity passenger rail facilities, commercial lease space, significant interior and exterior civic spaces and major public infrastructure improvements.

The Project includes a new passenger station and platform in the Boylan Wye at the intersection of the CSXT S-Line and NCRR H-Line in Downtown Raleigh, within property owned by multiple parties including CSXT, NCRR and Triangle Transit. The project includes the following: An 900 linear foot “island” platform, minimum 30 feet wide, with a 450 linear foot canopy, including level boarding, platform access and related facilities. A below-grade pedestrian concourse between the station building and the passenger platform with vertical circulation consisting of stairs, elevators for passengers, and a ramp for baggage handling. The location of each side platform will determine the platform widths and horizontal and vertical circulation. A paved parking lot. Rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of the existing industrial building (Viaduct Building) at 510 W Martin Street. Construction of a railroad bridge on the east leg of Boylan Wye over a new pedestrian entrance into the east end of the station. Construction of a railroad bridge on the east leg of Boylan Wye over a new roadway access to the interior of Boylan Wye. Associated demolition; roadway, site, utilities, storm drainage and railroad infrastructure; vehicular, pedestrian and bicycle facilities; planting; plazas, site amenities and related facilities. This project is seeking LEED silver certification.