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  • 2. Planning for BART to Silicon Valley About The Diagram Extending BART from Fremont to the Silicon Valley is a major public investment that can also The planning and implementation that has taken place in the BART to Silicon Valley serve as a catalyst for Smart Growth in the region. This investment will be maximized by Corridor underscores the idea that a encouraging transit-supportive communities near the stations with housing and jobs within The diagram below illustrates existing and corridor approach to transit-oriented future levels of development at each walking distance of BART. Bay Area transportation leaders at the Metropolitan Transportation development is flexible and can accom- Corridor Average station. Semi-circles indicate the number Commission have created objectives for station-area planning in the corridor. Homes modate individual differences among of homes and jobs that are located within Future Housing Housing Target a ½-mile radius of each station today and stations. Taken as a whole, the Corridor (3,850 housing units) estimated for year 2030. The diagram exceeds the Metropolitan Transportation A vision for the corridor has emerged that embraces signifi- The corridor cities are seeking to leverage the BART invest- Existing Housing indicates that individual stations vary Commission’s housing target of 3,850 cant housing and job growth and yet remains sensitive to ment to support their downtowns, to transform station areas significantly in terms of homes and jobs. houses within a half-mile radius of BART existing neighborhoods and historical resources. Each of the into vibrant communities, and create diverse housing and However, when averaged across the stations. This sends a clear message to four cities with stations along the BART to Silicon Valley employment opportunities. These transit-oriented communi- corridor – as shown here to the left – the regional, state, and national policymakers Corridor – Fremont, Milpitas, San José, and Santa Clara – ties, in turn, will provide additional riders for the BART corridor’s future housing will far exceed that the investment in BART to Silicon has been working hard within its community to meet these system. Yet cities also realize that station-area planning must the MTC housing threshold (the blue Existing Jobs Valley is being supported by coordinated objectives and find the right mix of uses around its stations. be thoughtful and respectful of existing neighbors. dashed line). Thus the corridor meets the and compatible local land use planning. Future Jobs Corridor Average intent of the MTC Transit Oriented Jobs Development Policy. And although there is no target for jobs, this corridor will also see a major increase in the number of jobs near BART stations. HOMES PER STATION Future Housing Existing Housing Existing Jobs Future Jobs JOBS PER STATION City of Fremont City of Milpitas City of San José City of Santa Clara Planning for BART to Silicon Valley 3300 Capitol Avenue, Bldg A 455 East Calaveras Boulevard 200 East Santa Clara Street 1500 Warburton Avenue Fremont, CA 94538 Milpitas, CA 95035 San José, CA 95113 Santa Clara, CA 95050 Corridor Vision, Local Action T 510.284.4000 T 408.586.3000 T 408.535.3500 T 408.615.2200 Santa Clara Fremont Warm Springs Milpitas Berryessa Downtown San Jose Alum Rock Diridon/Arena Sponsored by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission. Designed by Arup. Printed on 100% post-consumer recycled paper with vegetable-based inks. BART to Silicon Valley - Metropolitan Transportation Commission Pittsburg / Bay Point Richmond North Concord / Martinez Pittsburg / Bay Point Pittsburg / Bay Point Richmond 12th Street/OCC Richmond 5% Pittsburg / Bay Point North Concord / Martinez Richmond El Cerrito Del Norte El Cerrito Del Norte North Concord / Martinez El Cerrito Del Norte El Cerrito Del Norte North Concord / Martinez Concord Concord El Cerrito Plaza El Cerrito Plaza Concord El Cerrito Plaza West Concord El Cerrito Plaza LEGEND Oakland Note: Internal segment Pleasant Hill North Berkeley W Pleasant Hill Pleasant Hill North Berkeley North Berkeley E trips account for: Pleasant Hill % of Total 2007 AM/PM Peak North Berkeley Downtown Berkeley Downtown Berkeley Downtown Berkeley Walnut Creek Walnut Creek vs. Daily Weekday Boardings* Walnut Creek 10% of all 2030 trips Downtown Berkeley Ashby Walnut Creek Ashby Ashby E Ashby Lafayette <45% W Lafayette Lafayette Lafayette Orinda O Orinda 2% Orinda Orinda 63% Rockridge MacArthur (Transfer Station) Rockridge Lake Merritt 46-50% Rockridge E Rockridge 3% MacArthur (Transfer Station) MacArthur (Transfer Station) West MacArthur (Transfer Station) 19th Street / Oakland Oakland W 14% 19th Street / Oakland 51-55% 2% 19th Street / Oakland 12th Street / Oakland City Center (Transfer Station) 19th Street / Oakland Embarcadero West Montgomery St. See detail LEGEND 12th Street / Oakland City Center (Transfer Station) Oakland West Fruitvale 12th Street / Oakland City Center (Transfer Station) West 12th Street / Oakland City Center (Transfer Station) Oakland 56-60% Oakland Powell St. Embarcadero % of Total 2007 AM/PM Peak Embarcadero Colisuem / Oakland Airport Lake Merritt Lake Merritt Embarcadero Civic Center vs. Daily Weekday Boardings* Lake Merritt Montgomery St. E Montgomery St. Lake Merritt F Fruitvale Fruitvale Montgomery St. W San Leandro 61-65% Fruitvale Legend 56-60% Colisuem / W Castro 16th Street Mission Civic Center Civic Center <45% Oakland Airport Powell St. Westbound Powell St. Colisuem / Civic Center Valley Powell St. Dublin / 24th Street Mission Eastbound Colisuem / Oakland Airport 66-70% Pleasanton Oakland Airport 16th Street Mission 61-65% Bay Fair (Transfer Station) Map not to scale San Leandro 16th Street Mission Dublin / Dublin / San Leandro Castro Bay Fair (Transfer Station) 16th Street Mission 46-50% 24th Street Mission San Leandro Pleasanton Glen Park Dublin / Plea Pleasanton Valley Bay Fair (Transfer Station) West Dublin/ 71% + 24th Street Mission Pleasanton Glen Park 24th Street Mission Glen Park Balboa Park (Transfer Station) Hayward E Daly City Pleasanton AM Peak Trains per Hour Bay Fair (Transfer Station) Balboa Park (Transfer Station) Glen Park 66-70% E South Hayward Castro W 4 51-55% South San Francisco Hayward Valley Fremont 8 Castro Balboa Park (Transfer Station) Hayward Daly City Union City Westbound San Bruno Balboa Park (Transfer Station) 12 Colma Hayward Valley South Hayward Daly City 16 Daly City 71% + San Francisco International Eastbound E South Hayward South Hayward 20 Airport (SFO) Colma Union City South San Francisco 24 Fremont W San Bruno South San Francisco Colma Union City 28 Colma Irvington Westbound Union City South San Francisco Fremont San Bruno Fremont San Francisco International Airport (SFO) Eastbound San Bruno Legend Millbrae Source: 2030 Dovetail Model, 2007 Source: April/July 2007 BART Data San Francisco International Airport (SFO) Westbound San Francisco International Airport (SFO) Eastbound Source: April/July 2007 BART Data Warm Springs Millbrae * Notes: 1) Peak periods assumed to be 3 hours long each. * Notes:1) Peak periods assumed to be 3 hours long each. Millbrae Millbrae Warm Springs 2) Total peak period boardings is 2) Total peak period boardings is sum of sum of AM/PM peak boardings. AM/PM peak boardings. BART Metro Strategic Planning Study
  • 3. Transbay Terminal Transport Consulting Bay Meadows Urban Development Lighting Concept Open Exterior Added and Re-Distributed Vertical Resilient Design Removed the Concourse Level An Open air design is ideally suited to the Transbay neighborhood’s To enhance the amount of access for transit patrons, the design orients The Transit Center has been designed to withstand extreme By re-orienting the Bus Level passenger vertical circulation and adding favorable climate vertical circulation among the desired walking routes of the patrons events through facility planning, with increased structural platform width, the concourse level has been eliminated. The streamlined performance and facility hardening. design accommodates pedestrian circulation and queuing on the Bus Level and reduces the built square footage by 20%. Daylighting Fully sky-lit bus level illuminates passenger area and ground level Landscaped Plazas at Ground Level Tree-Lined Bus Deck Minimal Roof Structure Inviting landscaping within the plazas welcomes patron and enhances The addition of trees enhances the aesthetic of the bus level The design limits roof construction to downtown environment while providing environmental benefits. areas where needed to protect patrons from inclement weather. Ultra-efficient Solar Responsive Facade The design optimizes the facade for daylight transmission, heat gain, and visual comfort while providing patrons with a comfortable waiting area. Transbay Terminal Competition Powerpoint Presentation
  • 4. Lighting Control Intent Lighting Control Intent PERIMETER CORRIDORS The corridor will be bright during the day to accomodate the multitude of task that The downlights and wall washers along the back wall each have two lamps that sometimes occur. However at night lighting in the corridor should be reduced to are independently switched. The general lighting is reduced at night by switch- reinforce circadian rythms and to avoid disturbing resting patients. ing off one of the downlight circuits. Bi-level switching ballasts allow the illuminance to be reduced at night with- Under cabinet task lights are controlled by a switch located at each desk. out using more expensive dimming ballasts or the non-continuous appearance resulting from switching every other lamp. A bi-level switching ballast allows VOLUME 1 A B the lamps to operate at either full or half light output. The ballasts are wired to two switches. When either one of the switches is on, the lamp is operated at roughly half the light output. When both switches are on, the lamp is operated $A$B$D INTERIOR LIGHTING GENERAL at full output. $B Switching Zones Zone Description Highlight Color D Switching Zones A Half output of the corridor fixtures Blue A B B Half output of the corridor fixtures Red Zone Description Highlight Color C1 A Downlights / Wall washers - lamp 1 Blue $C1 Switching Scenarios B Downlights / Wall washers - lamp 2 Red A B C Under cabinet Task lights Yellow Scenario A B A B D Pendants Green Day time A B General A1 Night Time A B D Switching Scenarios $C2 C2 Administration B1 ADMINISTRATION Scenario A B C D $C3 Day time C3 D ICU NURSE STATION Patient C1 Night Time Intensive Care Unit D1 LDRP/Pediatrics E1 Procedure F1 Key Plan Key Plan LEVEL B1 LEVEL 2 LEVEL 5 Lighting Control Intent Fixtures Design Criteria A B Lighting is controlled via a sceene control dimming system. The two halfs of the High performance cove uplight General Horizontal Illuminance 30 fc A1a conference room operate independantly when the partition is clossed. When the Examination (Horizontal Illuminance) 100 fc partition is open, the lighting in both rooms are controlled together. G G Hand washing 50 rc The status of the partion is detected and relayed to the scene control dimmer by a partition sensor. G G F Design Intent Motion sensors in each room inform the scene controller when no motion has Wall Sconce located above the H A6 PATIENT been sensed for more than 15 minutes. If the partition is closed the scene Indirect linear fluorescent pendents provide illumination at the baby stations. M sink. M A controller switches off lightis in the part of the room with A1a Indirect fixtures have been selected to provide a soft light, avoiding bright B If the partition is closed sources that may be uncomfortable for the baby’s retinas. E SCD ADMINISTRATION Downlights provide general ilumination along the circulation routes. A linear fluorescent pendant is also located above the nurse desk and under- Open reflector downlight A7 cabinet task lights provide additional lighting on the desk. Switching Zones PS DescriptionChan Architects | SF General Hospital | Fong + | Fong + Chan Architects | SF General Hospital A9 D7 Project #131871 January 2009 Project #131871 January 2009 Zone Highlight Color PS A7 A Downlight at Counter - Room 1 Blue LED under cabinet light C C A14 C B Front Fixture - Room 1 Red A C $ C General Fixtures - Room 1 Yellow B A $ d$ C C B D Entry Downlight - Room 1 Green E Downlight at Counter - Room 2 Light Blue INTENSIVE CARE UNIT M M D F Front Fixture - Room 2 Light Red SCD G General Fixtures - Room 2 Light Yellow H Entry Downlight - Room 2 Light Green Switching Scenarios Scenario A B C D E F G H Meeting (Sep.) A7 A $3 A Presentation (Sep.) Meeting (Comb.) A6 B Presentation $3 + A A14 (Comb.) F G F G B H H LEVEL B2 LEVEL 3 LEVEL 6 E E + + ISOLATION NICU D Key Plan A Design Criteria Plan Key Switching Zones Lighting Control Intent Fixtures + A B C B C Fluorescent uplight and downlights are switched at two locations, at the patient LDRP/PEDIATRICS Zone Description Highlight Color General Horizontal Illuminance 20 fc Linear Lighting - General Lighting head wall and at the door. A17 D A Linear Fluorescent Reading Light Blue The patient reading light and night light is also switched at the patient head Design Intent B Fluorescent Uplight Red wall. $B$C$D C Downlights Yellow Downlights and exam lights are switched by the door. 33 Linear fluorescent fixtures are used for general lighting purposes. If a doctor needs to perform minor procedures, linear fluorescents located near head of D Exam light Green Linear Lighting - General and bed can be switched to turn on 2nd lamp for exam lighting. A17a E Night Light Light Blue Exam Lighting Lighting ontrol zones when the partition is closed. Lighting ontrol zones when the partition is open. A swing arm exam light is provided seperately in the equipment package.. C A17 LED Night Light provides low level ambient light for nurse and patient wayfinding during the night. $A$B$C$E 33 Switching Scenarios A5 LED Night Light D Lighting Control Intent A5 Scenario A B C D E Project #131871 February 2009Lighting will Chan Architects General Fong + be turned on near| SF General patient bed for general doorway and Hospital | Fong + Chan Architects | SF General Hospital | B3 E15 Project #131871 February 2009 circulation. A General Exam Lighting can be turned on near patient bed for doctor procedural Examination purposes. Exam Equipment Lighting is specified by architect. A17 Reading LED Night Light can be turned on at doorway or near patient bed. PATIENT ROOMS Switching Zones Sink Light can be turned on near sink and the switch location is convenient for Night A17a nurses and doctors. B Zone Description Highlight Color PROCEDURE A Linear Fluorescent Lighting (General) Blue B Linear Fluorescent Lighting (Exam) Red E C C Nurse Light Yellow D LED Night Light Green Switching Scenarios Scenario A B C D General LEVEL 1 LEVEL 4 LEVEL 7 Exam $A$B Night time A $C$D Nurse enters at night C | Fong + Chan Architects | SF General Hosptal  Project #131871 January 2009 Key Plan Key Plan A D B B San Francisco General Hospital Interior Lighting Studies A EXAM ROOM A | Fong + Chan Architects | SF General Hospital | Fong + Chan Architects | SF General Hospital C3 F11 Project #131871 February 2009 Project #131871 January 2009 Kiosk Finish Low December Sun 7 8 3 4 UCSF Mission Bay Reflection from the backside of Mid-day in December, sun penetrates the fritter upper kiosks is a major concern for the glass and reaches the perimeter of the seating/waiting (2) rear kiosks. The backside area. This is not much concern as the frit mitigates the STUDY 2: ADULT STUDY 2: ADULT STUDY 1: ADULT STUDY 1: ADULT of all kiosks should be a dark full direct intensity of sunlight. Daylighting Studies matte finish SKY SKY LOBBY LOBBY Equinox Sun LOBBY LOBBY Direct sunlight only reaches into transient spaces and is beneficial to the space as a re-directed, indirect light source. Surface illuminance values in lux Kiosk Contrast The reflection from backsides of adjacent kiosks High Summer Sun Adult Sky Lobby, Afternoon No concerns in the summer other than a slight de- Without shades drawn, mid-late afternoon hours will be a concern. However, exterior frit will make the space crease in indirect daylight levels due to the sun’s mini- comfortable throughout most of the year, as long as the sun is not too low in the sky (Winter and adjacent Equinox), or mal reach into the space. setting low in the sky. Study 2: Adult Sky Lobby (Floors 3-4) Surface illuminance values in lux Lounge Seating East Patient Room East Patient Room : 9:00am 17 18 19 20 While seating options vary and (No static daylight mitigation) East facing patient rooms will receive strong direct are somewhat transient, direct sunlight in the mornings on the wall shown to the left. afternoon sunlight floods the STUDY 4: STUDY 4: STUDY 5: STUDY 5: space through frit glass. OPB OPB PATIENT PATIENT SKY SKY ROOMS ROOMS South Patient Room : Noon LOBBY LOBBY South Patient Room UCSF Mission Bay Daylighting Studies South facing patient rooms are only penetrated by (Permanent Light Shade) direct sunlight in the winter when the sun is low in the sky. At other times, an exterior light shade prevents most direct sunlight. OPB Sky Lobby at 5:00pm in the Summer Pseudocolor “ Study 4: OPB Sky Lobby Recommendations: Contrast ratios between seating areas and dark surroundings will cause disability glare. • In an effort to allow more daylight into the space, no additional static mitigation (frit, louver, etc.) at the facade is recommended, rather a West Patient Room : 5:00pm West Patient Room localized approach is preferred. Integrated local shading elements to West facing patient rooms receive direct sunlight in (Exterior mounted frit) break up the direct sun are recommended. the afternoons, directly on the patient and head wall. Shades will be drawn for most of the afternoon hours. • Frit will provide marginal relief from direct sunlight, but in the afternoon at as the sun penetrates the West facade, shades will be required for full control. ” • Floor finish to be a matte mid-tone wood no greater than 27% reflective. OPB Sky Lobby illuminance levels, in lux
  • 5. Tumalo Deschutes Highway Tumalo Deschutes Highway ad ad o o ailr ailr eR eR ta F ta F San San hern hern Nort Nort ton ton ing ing Burl Burl ay ay hw hw Hig Hig Possible Connections -97 -97 to Rogers Road. US US North Corridor Options Deschutes Market Road Deschutes Market Road N N Cooley Road Cooley Road 18th Street 18th Street Arterial Bend Area Transit Collector Shuttle Route A 1,000 0 1,000 2,000 ft 1,000 0 1,000 2,000 ft Shuttle Route B Transit Center Tumalo Deschutes Highway Tumalo Deschutes Highway Ground Elevation +3270’ Possible Area for Additional Wells to Supplement Supply Ground Elevation Ground Elevation +3280’ +3280’ oad oad ailr ailr eR eR ta F ta F San San ern ern orth orth nN nN to to ing ing Burl Burl Ground Elevation Ground Elevation +3310’ +3310’ y y a a hw hw Hig Hig -97 -97 US US Ground Elevation Ground Elevation +3330’ +3330’ Ground Elevation Ground Elevation +3380’ +3380’ FROM NORTH AND CENTRAL BEND Deschutes Market Road Deschutes Market Road Ground Elevation Ground Elevation +3460’ +3460’ TO PLANT INTERCEPTOR Ground Elevation N N +3400’ Cooley Road Cooley Road FROM CITY SUPPLY Ground Elevation 12” Watermain 16” Watermain 18th Street 18th Street +3400’ Ground Elevation Ground Elevation +3470’ +3470’ Water Supply System Under Construction Permanent Pump Station Conceptual Primary Ring Main Temporary Pump Station 1,000 0 1,000 2,000 ft 1,000 0 1,000 2,000 ft Conceptual Service Areas (pressure zones) Force Main (pressure) FROM CITY SUPPLY Conceptual Water Storage Facility at Ground North Interceptor (conceptual route) Level (approximately 2MG) Alternate Routes Possible area for future water Natural Fall of the Land abstraction walls Approximate Limit Gravity Drainage Easement for Avion Water Juniper Ridge / Bend Oregon Site Development
  • 6. Monaco / Monte Carlo Personal Rapid Transit Concept Sugar Land Concept Stormwater Design
  • 7. Candlestick Park / Hunters Point Shipyards Stormwater Design
  • 8. Honolulu / Hawaii Ward Centers Transportation Concept Plan Yongsan IBD Transportation Study
  • 9. Solano Transportation Authority North Connector Corridor Concept Plan Alameda Estuary Crossing Proposal
  • 10. Rio Los Angeles Rio Los Angeles State Park State Park wy y NS NS Wa le F y an an Wa ion nda Fe Fe rm ion G le rn a rn a Ma Cy Cy rm pre pre nd nd Ma EA EA ss ss oR oR ve ve Av Av Los Los d d nu nu e4 An e4 An 3 g 3 g e le e le Riv Riv Go sR sR Go er er lde lde sid sid iv e r iv e r nS nS eD eD tate St tate r St r roa roa Fw Fw ue ue y y Fig Fig W W N N Av Av W W en en Av Av ue ue wy en en 28 28 F ue ue ena sad 26 26 Pa na Av e na Av e Griffin Ave Griffin Ave Pa sa de Pa sa de Elysian Park A ca Elysian Park A ca dem dem y Dr y Dr NS NS an an F e rn F e rn E Avenue 26 and and E Avenue 26 y oR oR Fw na Av e d d Av e de na na ade sa ade Pas Pa N Broadway Pas S ol an S ol an N Broadway y dwa Dodger Stadium y Dodger Stadium ro a dwa NB ro a o Ave o Ave Elysian Elysian NB Manitou Ave Manitou Ave Park Park rk Pa Lincoln Park Av Lincoln Park Av y Daly St Daly St wa Baldwin St Baldwin St r ic y s rk d a o is t roa dw e le P a St St oa ad ad B H n g r ic Br N te ium ium s A to ta N t L o H is y sS W W gS Fw ay ay e t t na ri n e le at ia l S ia l S de Sp St g asa An St P te n n te n n s a in Lo NM N Main St N Main St Ho WC Cen Cen WC St Valley Blvd lly ol le ge Valley Blvd ol le ge a in wo St oo NM St od dF Fw wy y St St ro a ro a St St N H ill N H ill ig u e ig u e W W Ce G ol de Ce Zon Zon NF NF sa sa al A al A rE rE ve ve N N Ch Ch Vig n St at Vig av av ne ne ez ez sS sS Av Av t e Fw e t e y M a re M a re N Alam eda St N Alam eda St ngo ngo EC EC e sa St e sa St Rd Rd rE rE is si on is si on Cha Cha NM ve z NM ve z Ave Ave wy rF San Bernadino Fwy rb o Ha Sant a Ana Fwy N N Los Angeles Los Angeles City Hall City Hall Legend Legend City Parks DASH (Lincoln Height/ Chinatown) Class I City Parks Metro Rapid (751,794) Class II Map Title Map Title Union Station Union Station Metro Local Service (45,76,81,83,84,90,94) Greenway Metro Stop Metro Stop Metro Red Line Bicycle Boulevard Metro Gold Line Metro Gold Line Cornfields/Arroyo Seco Specific Plan Area Cornfields/Arroyo Seco Specific Plan Area Metro Gold Line Extension Metro Gold Line Extension Cornfields/Arroyo Seco Specific Plan
  • 11. Solano Transportation Authority North Connector Corridor Concept Plan