Mayor Oscar Leeser and City Representatives Emma Acosta, Lily Limón, Cortney Niland, Claudia Ordaz and Jim Tolbert in conjunction with Sun Metro Host Groundbreaking Ceremony for Alameda Brio
||The Offices of Mayor Oscar Leeser and City Representatives Emma Acosta, District 3; Lily Limón, District 7; Cortney Niland, District 8; Claudia Ordaz, District 6; and Jim Tolbert, District 2, in conjunction with Sun Metro
||Alameda Brio Groundbreaking Ceremony
||11 a.m. on Thursday, Dec. 1, 2016
||Ceremony will commence at the Jefferson High School parking lot, at 4700 Alameda Ave., and will include a bus ride along the Alameda Brio corridor to the Mission Valley Transfer Center, at 9065 Alameda, for the conclusion of groundbreaking ceremonial activities and a reception.
Construction will soon begin on the Alameda Brio which will offer El Pasoans a high-quality rapid transit system, which will connect the Mission Valley to Central and Downtown El Paso. The total length of this $38.3 million dollar project will be approximately 14.5 miles, and will offer El Pasoans many of the benefits of improved speed and reliability that much larger cities provide through light rail transit systems, but the BRIO has the added advantage of having a much lower implementation cost. Station amenities will feature:
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