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Enhancing Transit Stations by Transformation Stations

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Published on Aug 7, 2012

As part of GOOD Ideas for Cities Dallas, the Transformation Stations team present their solution for making DART stations into vibrant public spaces. The team is then joined by Jack Wierzenski of DART and GOOD Ideas for Cities editor Alissa Walker.

Challenge: It's a common perception that Texans won't take transit, ride bicycles, or walk, other than to get to their pickup truck. Now with the largest light rail system in the United States, it is time to change Dallas' image into one of a truly multi-modal city. How might we transform the 55+ stations in the system into centers of social and economic activity, creating a vibrant network of communities connected by various modes of transit?

Jack Wierzenski, DART

Transformation Stations: J.B. Chaykowsky, Hon Yam Mok, Charlotte Hicks Todd, T.E. Sumner, Jeremy Klott

Video by Madison Liane http://madisonliane.com

GOOD Ideas for Cities pairs creative problem-solvers with real urban challenges proposed by civic leaders. To learn more visit http://www.good.is/ideasforcities

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