There are lots of great reasons to invest in restoration of your station. Learn more about the benefits of restoration, and read some of the many case studies describing successful restoration projects.
Stations spur economic development and tourism, serve as catalysts for historic preservation, offer commercial and cultural space, and are points of civic pride that set a town apart and contribute to its individual identity.
Amtrak established the Great American Stations Project in 2006 to educate communities on the benefits of redeveloping train stations, offer tools to community leaders to preserve their stations, and provide the appropriate Amtrak resources.
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