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Social Space and Daily Commuting - Phenomenological Implications

Lena Hopsch (Institutionen för arkitektur)
Environmental and Architectural Phenomenology, (1083-9194). Vol. 25 (2014), 3, p. 28-29.
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Encouraging use of public transit is one important way to reduce energy consumption and counter climate change. In my research on the design of Swedish travel centers, I have studied the transit stations for the planned “West Link,” an underground railway tunnel through Gothenburg that will increase the capacity for commuter traffic. I ask how one might design public-transport spaces that incorporate safety, comfort, unambigu-ous orientation, and aesthetic values. A thorough answer to this question might help de-signers and planners to create more sustainable, user-friendly urban spaces.

Nyckelord: public transit, traverl centers, design, urban spaces

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