That may be true, but all I can tell you is that every hearing I've sat through where this project has been discussed has been pretty clear. They intend to find a way to connect with the station by Lorain across from West Side Market. And already they vacated Gehring Avenue to allow access down to track level at that station. Given where the proposal for Duck Island is targeting, it would make sense to find a way to connect them. Can't imagine larding up the Red Line tracks with multiple stations just blocks apart. But twice in the last week or so I've heard the councilman for the neighborhood crowing about how great this project is toward making statements that rapid transit is important for Cleveland and that the station is just footsteps away.