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Terre Haute’s new Multi-modal Transportation Facility in downtown Terre Haute, also known as the Cherry Street Facility, was completed in 2008, and functions as a transit headquarters and bus transfer facility in addition providing 636 automobile parking spaces on five levels.

The project is a key economic development initiative for the community and a catalyst for additional projects that will bring students and citizens into downtown Terre Haute and stimulate new private development expected to create hundreds of local jobs. The Cherry Street Facility project is a partnership of the City of Terre Haute, Indiana State University and the local business community. It will be maintained and operated by the City of Terre Haute, Transportation Department.

Cherry Street Facility - At AGlance:

Location -
7th and Chery Street,
Terre Haute, Indiana

  • Multi-modal transportation facility
  • Automobile parking facility
  • City and interstate bus transfer facility

Maintained and operated by the City of Terre Haute,
Transportation Director, Brad Miller

Project representative for the City of Terre Haute,
The Department of Redevelopment,
David Walker, Public Works Administrator


  • Three elevator towers
  • ISU land lease - 40 years
  • Building square footage - 216,000
  • Parking spaces - 636
  • Construction time - 455 days
  • Completion date - February 2008

Construction cost:
Federal Transportation Grant $ 8,900,000
Bonding Amount $ 4,500,000
TOTAL CONST. COST $13,400,000

Original start date of design:
May 28, 2002

Sanders and Associates, Terre Haute
Mr. Dan Sanders

Consulting Architects:
Rich and Associates, Southfield, Michigan
Mr. Rick Kinnell

General Contractor:
Hannig Construction, Inc., Terre Haute
Mr. William Biddle, President

Terre Haute Department of Redevelopment

Steve Witt, Executive Director
900 Wabash Avenue, Suite 201
Terre Haute, IN 47807

p. 812.244.2399