Dozens of buses and trains use the terminal, but many say it's getting cramped and congested. It was built 13-years ago. Back then, there weren't as many buses coming through.
CUMTD thinks expansion will fix the problem. It's a popular stop on the daily commute.
"I work at Plastipak. I take the bus to work."
Bus and bike rider, Ken Loggins, is one of many who think bigger might be better.
"Every time I go to work, there's a lot of people out here. I think it's a great idea."
It's what CUMTD will be considering. Company leaders say the four-story, 50,000 square foot building is already at capacity.
"From a platform standpoint, we're really tight. The building's full. We have, down the road, the possibility of high-speed rail."
Talk of expanding includes making the parking lot, east of the tracks, into a residential area; maybe more space for buses and travelers; even places for offices, stores or restaurants. It's something one passenger would love to see.
"They got their Subway back there, but they should get a Burger King, because Burger King is the king!"
It's all still in the works. CUMTD plans to hire a consultant to see what would be a good fit for the area.
"We just want to take a look. Hopefully, in the next couple of years, the economy will loosen up, things will get better and we want to be prepared for that."
Whether those plans include a "Burger King, Burger King, Burger King," we'll have to wait and see. CUMTD is working to find a consultant by October. The study could take 15-months to complete.
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