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Durham Orange Light Rail Transit corridor ("fly-through")

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Published on Nov 14, 2013

We invite you to see the updated version posted 4-11-2014 at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rTSvg.... Please place all new comments on the Updated Video. Existing comments on this original video will be kept in our archives and the D-O LRT project's administrative record.
This video (no narration) was produced by Andrew Jones of URS for Triangle Transit to help viewers and future riders visualize a light rail transit project proposed for a 17-mile corridor stretching from Chapel Hill to Durham, North Carolina. The project is entering the Draft Environmental Impact Statement phase in late 2013 and should be constructed between 2019 and 2026, pending approvals and funding. Production of the video involved the use of Google Earth's virtual tour capabilities along with 3D models created in 3DS Max Design and Autocad.




OurTransitFuture welcomes comments about the proposed alternatives in the project. Please submit comment for the record at http://ourtransitfuture.com/wp-conten... Your comment will be considered during the Draft EIS phase and may be responded to within 3 days of receipt and/or in the DEIS document.

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