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The next stop: An interactive trip through Union Station's $1-billion transformation

The aim is to improve the quality and capacity of pedestrian movement, restore heritage elements and to transform the station into a major retail destination. The big challenge, though, is getting all of that done without greatly disrupting commuter, pedestrian and auto traffic. Here's what's changing and how engineers are doing it.

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