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Bus Terminal Design and Application for the Corridor

This student's work proposes a Transit Oriented Development (TOD) and creating a Madison-MLK express route from a terminal in Camp Washington to a terminal in Madisonville. He identifies the many transfer opportunities at nodal points of interest, including commercial, residential, and institutional uses. The focus was on identifying the qualities for designing new a style of terminals and shelters to better accommodate those waiting for a bus and to encourage those interacting in heavily traversed areas to ride the bus rather than relying on a car. This is an attempt to make Cincinnatiís public transit system more attractive to users by providing greater access to schedule and route information and creating waiting areas that encourage ridership and improve the accessibility of points along the corridor. The student received input from Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) models and the "Metro Moves" plan.



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