ARTIC - Anaheim's Future Grand Central Station - New York News

ARTIC - Anaheim's Future Grand Central Station

Posted: Updated:
Anaheim, CA -

(FOX 11) If you are driving along the 57 near Katella you can see Honda Center, Angel Stadium and a big construction site with a banner near the top the reads CLARK. Clark is the contractor building ARTIC. ARTIC stands for Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center. That's Anaheim's answer to LA's Union Station and New York's Grand Central Station. Though the name is strange with that word "intermodal" that word says a lot because it's a hub that will bring together different modes of transportation.

Finally, transportation officials in the OC tell me, their area will have a regional hub that can serve as a "destination" like other cities have and with 20 million visitors to Anaheim's resorts, conventions, concerts and athletic events the more enhanced the transportation system is ... the better.

The overall goal is to get people out of their cars and into mass transit. ARTIC is one piece of a bigger plan to create transportation of the future for Anaheim.

  • Local NewsLocal NewsMore>>

  • Summit at City Hall to discuss police-community relations

    Summit at City Hall to discuss police-community relations

    Thursday, July 31 2014 7:49 AM EDT2014-07-31 11:49:31 GMT
    Ways to improve the relationship between the NYPD and communities in New York City will be at the center of a summit held at City Hall on Thursday. Mayor Bill de Blasio, Police Commissioner Bill Bratton, Rev. Al Sharpton, city officials and community leaders are expected to attend the round table. Accusations of police brutality and the death of a man under arrest for selling un-taxed cigarettes on Staten Island lead Mayor De Blasio to host the forum.
    Ways to improve the relationship between the NYPD and communities in New York City will be at the center of a summit held at City Hall on Thursday. Mayor Bill de Blasio, Police Commissioner Bill Bratton, Rev. Al Sharpton, city officials and community leaders are expected to attend the round table. Accusations of police brutality and the death of a man under arrest for selling un-taxed cigarettes on Staten Island lead Mayor De Blasio to host the forum.
  • 8 fined $144,500 in Long Island cheating scandals

    8 fined $144,500 in Long Island cheating scandals

    State records show two administrators and six educators were fined a total of $145,500 in connection with two separate cheating scandals in Glen Cove City schools on Long Island.
    State records show two administrators and six educators were fined a total of $145,500 in connection with two separate cheating scandals in Glen Cove City schools on Long Island.
  • FEMA chief questioned over Sandy claims

    FEMA chief questioned over Sandy claims

    Hurricane Sandy damage in Mantoloking, N.J.Hurricane Sandy damage in Mantoloking, N.J.
    The head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency has asked an independent watchdog to examine whether the flood-insurance program is shortchanging Superstorm Sandy victims.
    The head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency has asked an independent watchdog to examine whether the flood-insurance program is shortchanging Superstorm Sandy victims.
Powered by WorldNow
Didn't find what you were looking for?
All content © Copyright 2000 - 2014 Fox Television Stations, Inc. and Worldnow. All Rights Reserved.
Privacy Policy | Terms of Service | Ad Choices