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William F. Walsh Regional Transportation Center
The William F. Walsh Regional Transportation Center is the long-distance ground travel (rail and bus) terminal serving the Syracuse, New York area. It is served by Amtrak, Greyhound Lines, and Trailways, and is located in the north of the city. Opened in 1999, it replaced the highly unpopular downtown bus station and even more unpopular Amtrak station in East Syracuse.
OnTrack, Syracuse's commuter train line has been delayed at opening a local rail link to the station, but construction on the missing bridge to make this possible is now set to begin in 2005. Local bus service is provided by the Central New York Regional Transportation Authority (CENTRO).
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