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CENTRO Hub

CNY Regional Transportation Authority

 

This project comprises a weather-protected urban bus transfer facility on a 1.8 acre site with 22 bus bays to accommodate major pulses and a 8,440 SF building with office, waiting, vending and operational spaces.  A saw tooth bus bay configuration was employed and organized along a central island and two flanking islands to allow independent arrival and departure of buses to assigned locations.

 

Architectural design establishes the building in a prominent location and provides a distinct identity for CENTRO while integrating into the adjoining urban context.  A companion canopy system provides protection of the customers and buses from inclement weather while establishing an airy, attractive appearance. 

 

3D virtual modeling of the project was developed to integrate the design plans and actual traffic operations.  Comprehensive models were provided to assist the designers to optimize the plans and facilitate public understanding and outreach.