Wilmington Multimodal Transportation Center / Downtown Transfer Station
To be located at North 3rd St and Campbell St., the Downtown Transfer Center is the first phase of a larger multimodal transportation project. The new facility will take the place of the Authority’s current Downtown Transfer Station located at 2nd Street and Princess Street. The upgraded amenities will offer customers and visitors a safer, more convenient, and more accessible option when utilizing public transportation services. The project is a collaborative effort between the City of Wilmington, the Wilmington Metropolitan Planning Organization (WMPO), and the Cape Fear Public Transportation Authority (Wave Transit). The facility is scheduled to open this winter. Details forthcoming!
Community Open Houses
Prior to construction of the facility, feedback was solicited from residents, adjacent property owners and business owners in the Brooklyn Arts District/ North 4th St. community through a series of community meetings. Our new neighbors and the public will have an opportunity to attend one of our open houses and take a sneak peak of the facility prior to opening in winter of this year. Notes from the community meetings, as referenced above, can be found below:
- WMMTC Stakeholder Meeting- April 6, 2016 (click to download)
- WMMTC Stakeholder and Community Meeting- Tuesday, October 17, 2017
Our commitment to sustainable building practices continues with the Wilmington Multimodal Transfer Center (WMMTC). The integrity of the historic Neuwirth building remains intact through adaptive reuse. The photo slideshow below shows some highlights from construction to-date.
Project Plans and Studies
Several reports have been commissioned for the project (click on the study to download):
- The Wilmington Urban Area Multi-Modal Transportation Center Feasibility Study (2000)
- Wilmington Multi-Modal Transportation Center Site Evaluation Report (2004)
- Transit Needs Study for the Wilmington Multimodal Transportation Center (2009)
- Wilmington, NC Train Station Master Plan and Conceptual Design (2010)
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