Figuring Grounds: Strategies for Integrating Transit and Development in Atlanta, GA
FIGURING GROUNDS researches and proposes new design strategies for Atlanta's public transportation system, from the regional scale planning of Atlanta's transit network to the design of individual transit stations. Particular focus is given to intermodal interchanges, which are viewed as potential anchors of new forms of transit-oriented-development in polynucleated, sprawling metropolises such as Atlanta, and necessary for a fully integrated transit network. Although Atlanta is used as the case study the intention is that the strategies are prototypical and applicable to other cities and transit systems. FIGURING GROUNDS was developed as a thesis proposal for the Master's in Architecture program at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design.
- Publication Date
- Sep 28, 2011
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- By (author): David Brown