Village Train Station Build Out?

by The Editors on November 29, 2007

2 02 3111 28 07According to a story in the North County Times, the North County Transit District is considering a development plan for the Village train station that could mean several additions to what is currently a free parking lot.

There are two options under consideration for Carlsbad’s 14-acre transit station area, which stretches along the railroad tracks one block west of State Street. . . . The first option includes a pedestrian bridge over the railroad tracks, a five-story structure on the northern end of the transit district parcel and a three-story building with offices on the southern end. The second option calls for a four-story building on the southern end, five levels of parking in the central area and four stories of residential units to the north.

While NCTD’s plans have been posted for a sometime, very few people attended the “community workshops” set up by the agency. Is that because no one cares?

[Link: North County Times]

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