How do you future-proof railway stations, metro hubs, and bus terminals? Architect Caroline Bos has a few pointers. What does the train station of the future look like? It’s a question that architects and urban planners must at least try to answer whenever they design new transit networks or terminals. Railway stations of the past are often beautiful (and occasionally loathed), but in a world where transit patterns and technology change rapidly, time is not typically kind to these expensive ...
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