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In the entry preceding this one I pointed out that the Scranton Intermodal Center was poised to open. Since then it has; the new facility is modern, clean and spacious, and currently hosts both COLT and, by now, intercity bus lines such as Martz and Greyhound, not to mention taxicabs and such.

Now, harking back to a WNEP story from last April, it's time to get the ball rolling on the feasibility study suggested by then Lackawanna County Councilman Jim Wansacz to determine the nuts and bolts required to join Wilkes-Barre and Scranton by some form of rail, commuter, light or perhaps modern streetcar system. The intermodal center was built with room to expand in order to accomodate rail platforms.

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