In 2019, Benchmark Planning led a multi-disciplinary team in the preparation of an NCDOT and City of Goldsboro funded feasibility study for the reuse of the historic Goldsboro Union Station. The team examined existing conditions, market forces, and the surrounding neighborhood as part of the process. The process also included extensive stakeholder meetings to help identify community needs and ideas for the adaptive reuse of the station. The station provides a distinct terminus to views from downtown and its adaptive reuse will help spur the continued revitalization of the West Walnut corridor, which includes a multi-million-dollar residential redevelopment of the historic Wayne National Bank located in the 100 block of West Walnut Street. The reuse options were designed in a manner to assure the station can be available for passenger or commuter rail use when the service becomes available again in the future. Goldsboro, a city over 35,000 in population, is the home of Seymour Johnson Air Force Base.