Founded in 1972, the Charles Helou Station is a building in Beirut that gathers vehicles that take passengers to different regions of Lebanon and neighboring countries. The Municipality of Beirut decided to renovate the Charles Helou Station for Travel and Land Transport. In fact, the project will be handled by the Council for Development and Reconstruction (CDR). The station is a 3-storey vehicle park that has an area of 64,000 m². Each floor has a specific use: – Ground floor: area for public and international buses. – First floor: area for taxis commuting in Lebanon and neighboring countries. – Second floor: area for public use. Also, the entire building will be renovated. In fact, the Municipality of Beirut will finance the project.
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