Intermodal Transportation Facility
The Town of Waterbury is in the conceptual stages of building a brand new Intermodal Facility. The new facility will be built on an existing site that currently consists of only an exterior open platform rail stop for Metro-North. The existing local bus pulse point, two intercity bus services and specialty charter bus services will all be relocated to the new site, creating a true consolidated intermodal center. Programming meetings and design workshops are currently being held in order to assess and choose from multiple conceptual design options. Overall design of the facility will be influenced by the world famous Clock Tower at the north end of the site. This structure, opened on July 12, 1909, was designed by the world famous architectural firm of McKim, Mead & White and resembles the Torre Del Mangia at the Palazzo Publico in Siena, Italy.