The public is invited to all three planned sessions on the new Dover Transit Center, now under construction at the corner of Queen and Water Streets.


Persons living near the new Dover Transit Center at the corner of Queen and Water streets, as well as other interested citizens, are invited to a three-day forum and workshop on how the center will affect the neighborhood and the area around the center.

The first session will be at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 27, in the third floor meeting room at the Eden Hill Medical Center. The design team for the project will discuss the plan and take questions.

The second meeting will be from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 29, at Becker Morgan Group, 309 S. Governors Ave., where the results of the design team’s progress will be on display and the public will be asked to comment on concepts in terms of land use, density, building scale and architectural design.

The third session will be at 4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 1, again in the third floor conference room at the Eden Hill Medical Center. Revisions to the plan, taken from comments made over the prior meetings, will be on display.

Construction on the $5.3 million project began in June with plans for completion by December.

For more information on the meetings, call Jim Galvin at 302-387-6028, email james.galvin@doverkentmpo.org or call Kate Layton at 302-387-6026 or email kate.layton@doverkentmpo.org.