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Glasgow Queen Street Station building design by architects BDP: there is no greater proof that People Make Glasgow than to see the city without its crowds. The city centre has been dormant, feeling like a stage without a play
Tulum Train Station Mexico: building in Mexican Caribbean beach resort, along Riviera Maya. The design process primary goal was to push the sustainability agenda to the foreground
Chicago State/Lake station building news – design by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) reimagines one of oldest stations in city’s elevated rail network: new design improves accessibility, safety and comfort
Designed by FRPO, the new San José Station, Toluca de Lerdo, Mexico, construction arises as an opportunity to concentrate the dispersed activity around this area and to create a new cultural, economic and activity pole
KCAP + Neutelings Riedijk Architects + Arcadis + Ahrbom & Partner + Landskapslaget + Iterio one of 4 finalists in international tender to redesign Central Station Area of Stockholm, Sweden
Foster + Partners wins design competition for Guangming Hub, a new Transport Oriented Development on high-speed rail link connecting Hong Kong, Shenzhen and Guangzhou
ThinkStation Design Council Report news – new generation of passenger hubs in UK, the future design of 2,000 local stations in Great Britain, making up around 80% of Network Rail’s station ownership.
UNStudio present the first stations on the new Doha Metro Network: Doha Metro and Qatar Railways create one of the most advanced and fastest driverless metro systems in the world
Sydney’s Central Station Roof design by Woods Bagot in collaboration with John McAslan + Partners. The vaulted roof spans 2,240 sqm is conceived as an orienting piece of architecture
Foot and cyclebridge over the High Speed Train Station in Angers, France, design by Dietmar Feichtinger Architectes. The bridge is characterised by a soft, wide arch that crosses the entire width of 70 metres.
A planning application from Transport for London (TfL) and its development partner Native Land (NL) has been submitted for its ‘Around Station Development’ at South Kensington, but local residents and businesses are united in their opposition to the redevelopment scheme.