Honoring Your Community's History
America's rail stations have witnessed history unfold and played host to some of our nation's most difficult and proudest moments. Stations are pieces of our country's history and treasures not to be lost or forgotten.
Spur Economic Development
Renovated train stations have the potential to spark greater economic development in the heart of their communities. Station improvements offer a return on investment for years to come.
Cultural Space & Museums
Grand train stations, often centrally located and built of fine materials richly embellished, now offer unique opportunities for renewal in cities and towns where prime real estate is scarce.
Help Build Great American Stations
Designed by famed architect Cass Gilbert, Union Station is the third major rail facility to serve the city and is a bustling intermodal center. Following talk of demolition in the 1970s, the building was saved through the efforts of concerned citizens and rehabbed in the mid-1980s.Learn More
The modern, accessible and energy-efficient station, designed and built through a nearly $28 million contract awarded by the New York State Department of Transportation, is twice the size of its predecessor. The design also allows for future expansion of intercity bus service and additional train frequencies.Learn More