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Compton's Martin Luther King Jr. Transit Center reopens

January 26, 2012 |  6:58 pm

Compton officials celebrated the long-awaited opening Thursday of the city's reconstructed Martin Luther King Jr. Transit Center, a joint project of the city and Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority.

The project, launched in 2001, included demolition of the old transit center and construction of a new multi-modal center with office and retail space. City officials called the project a "key component" for the city's downtown master plan.

The reconstruction began in June 2009. The city received a $3.2-million grant from Metro and used bond funds to pay the rest of the $12.6-million project budget.

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