Santa Barbara City Hall and the Metropolitan Transit District are hoping to transform the Chapala Street transit center into a new “transit village,” capable of accommodating a significant increase in bus ridership. The plan includes shops, affordable housing units, and childcare facilities. The two agencies voted on 9/11 to start sending out requests for qualifications to interested developers.


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