Texas A&M Transit Hub

College Station, Texas | 23 Acres


Instructor: Bruce Dvorak


Team: Di Yang(Team Leader), Xi Zhan, Philip Roberts, Jixing Liu
 

Team Work: Master Plan


Individual Work: Street and Station Design, Landscape Corridor Design

Academic work | Multimodal Transit Oriented Development | Spring 2014

 

This multiphase project represents the culmination of a semester-long studio that combines input from LAND 602 Design Studio, PLAN 678 Transportation course, and ARCH 673 Design and Healthy Living.

 

Bryan College Station metro area has seen significant population growth over the past ten years and is projected to continue to grow. The twin cities have a population over 174,000 and the Brazos Valley has a population over 200,000.

 

This project evaluates the social, economic, and environmental outcomes associated with the current transportation trends and purposes improvements to the existing multi-modal transportation system (MTS). The Project also explores the options of transit-oriented development (TOD) and illustrates a detailed vision of a TOD on the Texas A&M campus.

 

 LANDSCAPE 

 ARCHITECTURE  by Di Yang