Photo Preview of MetroRail and Crestview Station

The train comes to my neighborhood

I just got back from the MetroRail open house in my neighborhood. It gave my neighbors a chance to check out not only the new commuter rail and how it will work, but also gave us our first peek at the interior of the new Crestview Station mixed-use development, which will add new businesses and a few thousand new residents to the North Lamar/Airport Boulevard area.

Click on the photo to the right to see my full photo gallery.

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