How Metro Let an International Design Competition for Houston’s New Central Station Go Down the Drain (Swamplot)

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WONDERING WHATEVER HAPPENED to the competition entries from architects competing for the new Main St. light rail station planned for the block between Capitol and Rusk streets downtown, where the new East End and Southeast Lines cross the existing rail line? After a long silence about the project, Metro board members voted yesterday to scrap the plan for a signature station at that location, and to spend $1.05 million to build a standard canopy there instead.

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