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  • Holistic design that serves needs of individual neighborhood context
  • Re-establish layering of heavy traffic to pedestrian.Light Rail sets the example of a well mannered civic behavior in downtown street environment.
  • T3 streetscapes hastings

    1. 1. Design Course
    2. 2. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes“Create a civic architecture that is permanent, has a characteristic thread and contributes to its context — one that is not entirely derivative of the transit system, but of the neighborhoods and community of which it is a part.” -TriMet Design Criteria
    3. 3. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes• Region• Transit system and its customers• Community and neighborhood
    4. 4. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes• Transportation and land use planning• Community development• Economic development
    5. 5. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes• Build and expand total transit system• Minimize impacts and costs• Enhance: • Access • Safety and security • Sustainability
    6. 6. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes
    7. 7. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes
    8. 8. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes
    9. 9. Design Course Urban Design and StreetscapesComplement andstrengthen:• Urban planning strategies• Pedestrian oriented zoning• Transit oriented ‘overlays’
    10. 10. Design Course Urban Design and StreetscapesCreate design conceptsthat are:• Aesthetically pleasing• Scalable• Rigorously functional
    11. 11. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes• Emphasize mixed use and 24/7 activity• Leverage transit to support: • Economic development • Safety, security • Educational and other civic institutions
    12. 12. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes• Urban centers• Town centers• Inter-urban stations• Outer-urban stations• Transitional stations• Suburban stations and Park & Rides• Special civic places
    13. 13. Design Course Urban Design and StreetscapesConditions can utilizedifferent:• Structures• Materials• Component parts
    14. 14. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes
    15. 15. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes
    16. 16. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes• Transit corridors • Urban transit corridors reinforce pedestrian reinforce pedestrian oriented traffic and oriented ‘main streets’ speeds
    17. 17. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes
    18. 18. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes
    19. 19. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes
    20. 20. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes• Materials that: • Honor public investment • Are high quality • Easy to maintain• Balance • system wide identity • individual context expression
    21. 21. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes• Architecture • Jurisdictional codes• Interchange function • Zoning and land use• Community relationship • Platforms and shelters• Site planning and • Materials and finishes circulation • Mechanical and electrical• Modal hierarchy
    22. 22. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes• Plan • Side • Center • Offset• Elevation • Elevated • Below Grade • Underground
    23. 23. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes• Platforms should be: • Easily understood • Friendly • Safe • Efficient
    24. 24. Design Course Urban Design and Streetscapes• Placemaking• Tying neighborhoods to region

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