Topic : architecture

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How implementing biophilic architecture can soothe transit riders

Management & Operations| September 13, 2017

By incorporating simple biophilic principles into station and facility design, cities, and transit agencies can foster stronger connections to nature that improve our overall wellbeing as individuals and as a community.

5 Passive Design Strategies to Help Condition Transit Facilities

Sustainability| September 1, 2017

Establishing a function-first facility that then integrates passive design strategies can lead to more operationally and energy efficient transit facilities.

Management & Operations| October 6, 2016

Recognized transit architect joins HNTB

Thomas Grassi's experience included leading the reconstruction and restoration of the World Trade Center’s transit facilities immediately following 9/11.

Mobility| April 14, 2016

L.A. Metro taps RNL for light rail, bus station improvements

The $66 million project will include upgrading and expanding the 25-year-old Willowbrook/Rosa Parks Station, which currently connects the Blue Line between Long Beach and downtown Los Angeles with the Green Line, which runs from Norwalk to Redondo Beach.

 

Rail| January 20, 2016

[Photos] The Montreal Metro Project: Chris Forsyth

Montreal-based architecture photographer, Chris Forsyth developed a photo series covering the often overlooked art and architecture of Montreal’s internationally renowned metro system. His objective is to show people that beautiful architecture, art, and design is accessible and present in all spaces.

Rail| January 19, 2016

World Trade Center transportation hub to open March 2016

Oculus opening in first week of March will provide greater ease of commute for PATH riders; Will eventually provide access to 11 NYC subway lines

Rail| May 20, 2015

[Photos] World Trade Center Transportation Hub

The state-of-the-art World Trade Center Transportation Hub, when completed in 2015, will serve over 200,000 daily commuters and millions of annual visitors from around the world. At approximately 800,000 square feet, the Hub, which features a wing-like "Oculus” design, will connect visitors to 11 different subway lines, the Port Authority Trans-Hudson (PATH) rail system and Battery Park City Ferry Terminal.

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