It's back to the drawing board for a new Albany transportation hub as city commissioners approve money for yet another study.
The city risks losing millions of dollars in federal money for the multi-modal center if they don't agree on a federally approved site soon.
This latest study will cost $150,000 and will review the pros and cons of five possible construction sites.
Commissioner Chris Pike supports keeping the center at the site of the current bus station, if the federal government signs off.
"I think there are a lot of potential plans and ideas to connect that with a lot of things that are going on at the Civil Right's Institute and the Civil Right's movement and the importance of that bus station to the movement."
The initial site on Roosevelt Avenue met with opposition. The commission must now decide which potential sites to include in the study.