Old Buildings Come Down at the East Lansing Amtrak Train Station
Demolition of the old Michigan State University Surplus Store and Printing Services buildings has begun.
The demolition launches construction of a multimillion dollar project that will create a Capital Area Transportation Authority run hub for Amtrak trains and Greyhound, Megabus and Indian Trails buses.
The project, which will replace the 40-year-old train station near Harrison and Trowbridge roads, is expected to wrap up by next summer.
Old buildings will come down at the East Lansing Amtrak train station as part of a project to replace the 40 year old station nearby, which will remain open during construction.