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****   Award for Sustainability   ****
LADOT Bus Maintenance Facility
(# 806)
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The new Downtown Bus Maintenance and Operations Facility provides a state-of-the-art vendor-operated home to the LADOT DASH bus fleet.  Prominently situated between the iconic Los Angeles Union Station, METRO’s Gold Line Little Tokyo Station, and the 101 freeway, the new facility stands as a conspicuous, demonstrative display of LA’s commitment to sustainability and of the City’s continuing service to its citizens. The nearly 6-acre site provides parking, fueling, and maintenance for 70 DASH buses; staff and driver structured parking; 22,000sf administration, operations, and training building; and landscape enriched outdoor spaces for employee respite, all providing a safe and morale-building home for the Department.  The combination of aggressive application of American Made, high performance materials with extensive sustainability infrastructure, the LEED Platinum Certified facility creates surplus energy for the City, producing 140% percent of the energy needed to operate.
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Aerial - from North
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