Bold City 3.0 - Future Stations - Luyanda Mpahlwa

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A presentation by Luyanda Mpahlwa on the redesign of socially and economically sustainable train stations within the Khayelitsha area.

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Bold City 3.0 - Future Stations - Luyanda Mpahlwa

  1. 1. THE BOLD CITY CONFERENCE Future of Transport 2013 to 2030 4 Bid STATIONS OF THE FUTURE AS INTEGRATED HUBS Luyanda Mpahlwa: Architect & Urban Designer Cape Town
  2. 2. FUTURE STATIONS AS INTEGRATED HUBS  Safe PUBLIC TRANSPORT is essential to drive developmental economies 2 Bid 4
  3. 3. STATE OF THE ART: CONTEMPORARY STATION DESIGN  Stations are TRANSIT HUBS for many people and require easily accessible and free spaces to allow for smooth passenger flows 2 4 Bid
  4. 4. STATE OF THE ART: CONTEMPORARY STATION DESIGN  One of the key elements is the role of the station as a gateway and a node in wider urban context – VISIBILITY is essential 4 2 Bid
  5. 5. STATE OF THE ART: CONTEMPORARY STATION DESIGN  Safe, USER-FRIENDLY ENVIRONMENTS and durable materials to improve passenger experience 2 Bid 4
  6. 6. STATE OF THE ART: INTERNATIONAL STATION EXPERIENCE  In most developed countries TRAVEL BY TRAIN is a day-to-day experience for local and long distance travel 2 4 Bid
  7. 7. STATION DESIGN: UNIVERSAL ACCESSIBILITY  UNIVERSAL ACCESS is a key Design requirement 2 Bid 4
  8. 8. SOUTH AFRICA: NEW PUBLIC TRANSPORT SYSTEMS  Post-World Cup public transport expansion: Rea Vaya & My City BRT 2 4 Bid
  9. 9. SOUTH AFRICA: NEW PUBLIC TRANSPORT SYSTEMS  The PRASA Station Modernisation project: 5 Stations  Commissioned 18. July 2012 – Completion: Due 2016 - 2017 2 Bid
  10. 10. SOUTH AFRICA: NEW PUBLIC TRANSPORT SYSTEMS  The PRASA Station Modernisation Project: 5 Stations 2 Bid
  11. 11. SOUTH AFRICA: NEW PUBLIC TRANSPORT SYSTEMS  The PRASA Station Modernisation Project: 5 Stations 2 Bid
  12. 12. SOUTH AFRICA: NEW PUBLIC TRANSPORT SYSTEMS  The PRASA Station Modernisation Project: 5 Stations 2 Bid
  13. 13. SOUTH AFRICA: NEW PUBLIC TRANSPORT SYSTEMS  The PRASA Station Modernisation Project: 5 Stations 2 Bid
  14. 14. SOUTH AFRICA: NEW PUBLIC TRANSPORT SYSTEMS  The PRASA Station Modernisation project: CAPE TOWN STATION 2 Bid
  15. 15. WESTERN CAPE: PRASA STATION MODERNISATION  Local URBAN CONTEXT – STOCK ROAD Station, Philippi 2 Bid 4
  16. 16. WESTERN CAPE: PRASA STATION MODERNISATION  Local URBAN CONTEXT – MANDALAY Station 2 4
  17. 17. WESTERN CAPE: PRASA STATION MODERNISATION  Local URBAN CONTEXT – LENTEGEUR Station, Mitchells Plein 2 Bid 4
  18. 18. WESTERN CAPE: PRASA STATION MODERNISATION  Local URBAN CONTEXT – LENTEGEUR Station, Mitchells Plein 2 Bid 4
  19. 19. WESTERN CAPE: PRASA STATION MODERNISATION  Local URBAN CONTEXT – LENTEGEUR Station, Mitchells Plein 2 Bid 4
  20. 20. WESTERN CAPE: PRASA STATION MODERNISATION  Local URBAN CONTEXT – NOLUNGILE Station, Khayelitsha 2 Bid 4
  21. 21. WESTERN CAPE: PRASA STATION MODERNISATION  Local URBAN CONTEXT – NOLUNGILE Station, Khayelitsha 2 Bid 4
  22. 22. WESTERN CAPE: PRASA STATION MODERNISATION  Existing Overhead Stations & INFORMAL TRADING HUBS 2 Bid 4
  23. 23. WESTERN CAPE: PRASA STATION MODERNISATION  Existing Overhead Stations & INFORMAL TRADING HUBS 2 Bid 4
  24. 24. WESTERN CAPE: PRASA STATION MODERNISATION  Existing ramps as INFORMAL TRADING SPACES  Station Ramps are overcrowded UNSAFE TRANSIT spaces 2 4 Bid
  25. 25. WESTERN CAPE: PRASA STATION MODERNISATION  STEREET TO STREET ACCESS / INFORMAL TRADING spaces 2 Bid 4
  26. 26. WESTERN CAPE: PRASA STATION MODERNISATION  Understanding INFORMAL ECONOMIES & LIFESTYLES 2 Bid 4
  27. 27. WESTERN CAPE: PRASA STATION MODERNISATION  Existing Station Forecourt as INFORMAL TRADING HUBS 4 Bid
  28. 28. WESTERN CAPE: PRASA STATION MODERNISATION  Existing Station Forecourt: UN-INVITING & ILLEGIBLE 4 Bid
  29. 29. WESTERN CAPE: PRASA STATION MODERNISATION  Conceptual DESIGN RESPONSE 2 Bid 4
  30. 30. WESTERN CAPE: PRASA STATION MODERNISATION  Conceptual DESIGN RESPONSE 2 Bid 4
  31. 31. WESTERN CAPE: PRASA STATION MODERNISATION  Conceptual DESIGN RESPONSE  Creating an INTEGRATED ECONOMIC & TRANSIT HUB 2 Bid 4
  32. 32. WESTERN CAPE: PRASA STATION MODERNISATION  Passenger Flows - 2015 PASSENGER PROJECTIONS 2 Bid 4
  33. 33. WESTERN CAPE: PRASA STATION MODERNISATION  Passenger Flows - 2015 PASSENGER PROJECTIONS 2 Bid 4
  34. 34. WESTERN CAPE: PRASA STATION MODERNISATION  Conceptual DESIGN RESPONSE – TRANSFORMING SPACES 2 Bid 4
  35. 35. WESTERN CAPE: PRASA STATION MODERNISATION  Design Response – Transforming STATION Spaces  STATIONS OF THE FUTURE 2 4
  36. 36. WESTERN CAPE: PRASA STATION MODERNISATION  STATIONS OF THE FUTURE  Creating SAFER, SPACIOUS STREET TO STREET Access 2 DESIGNBid FOR SOCIAL CHANGE: STATION MODERNISATION: CAPE TOWN  Safer spacious street to street access & trade 4
  37. 37. WESTERN CAPE: PRASA STATION MODERNISATION  STATIONS OF THE FUTURE  Provide WELL LIT & GENEROUS PASSENGER Environments 2 4  Integrate COMMUNITY ART Bid
  38. 38. WESTERN CAPE: PRASA STATION MODERNISATION  STATIONS OF THE FUTURE  Integrate COMMUNITY ART as part of Station environments 2 4 Bid
  39. 39. PRASA STATION MODERNISATION: CHALLENGES  Integrating INFORMAL TRADING SPACES into the Station Precinct 2 4  Formal vs Informal Trading  Socially Relevant Services & Spaces? Bid  Resolving Ramp Overcrowding to create SAFE TRANSIT spaces  INTEGRATING ALL STAKEHOLDERS – PRASA/METRORAIL/CITY/PUBLIC  Construction during an OPERATIONAL STATION  APPROPRIATE BUDGETS for 300% increase in Station Built Area  MAINTENANCE & MANAGEMENT of Built Infrastructure  Who is responsible?  Safety of Street to Street Access??  Promoting a CULTURE OF CIVIC/PUBLIC RESPONSIBILTY
  40. 40. CAPE TOWN: WORLD DESIGN CAPITAL 2014  Design as a CATALYST FOR TRANSFORMATION 4 LIVE DESIGN, TRANSFORM LIFE: ‘Design to Transform Life’, has been identified as the main theme of Cape Town’s bid. This theme is very relevant in the context of a city that is spatially divided, spread and socially stratified. The goal is to use design as a tool to cross spatial, social, educational and economic barriers and to spread opportunity equitably among all Cape Town’s residents.
  41. 41. SOUTH AFRICA 2014: REFLECTIONS - 20 Years of Democracy  Design as a CATALYST FOR TRANSFORMATION ? 4  2014 – INTERNATIONAL FOCUS on South Africa Bid

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