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Transport Hubs


Integrated transport hubs are designed to merge various modes of transportation, such as buses, rail, bikes, and rideshare services, into a single pedestrian-friendly location. The primary goal of these hubs is to enhance intermodal transfers between different transportation options and encourage the general public to use public transit. By consolidating multiple modes of transportation, integrated transport hubs promote greater accessibility, convenience, and efficiency for commuters and travelers.

Our integrated transport hubs facilitate the switch from private vehicles to public transit by creating an efficient yet pleasurable transit experience. This shift supports sustainability goals like reducing emissions, congestion, and urban sprawl, while also improving mobility options for all citizens.

Our design process for transport hubs moves beyond the functional to deliver a comfortable transit experience that shifts trips from cars to public transportation.


Key features include:

–  Charging infrastructure for electric vehicles within the hub to facilitate the transition to low-emissions mobility.

–  Secure gates and payment systems that integrate across transit agencies to facilitate seamless passenger movement throughout the hub and transit network.

–  Amenities like free high-speed WiFi, seating, food vendors, and retail stores designed to maximize the utility of time spent waiting for transportation.

–  An emphasis on pedestrian accessibility with wide, obstacle-free walkways and clear signage directing passengers between transit modes.

–  Attractive architectural and landscaping design that makes the hub a desirable place to spend time while also reflecting the character of the community.