Date of Award
Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Architecture and University Honors
Street-railroads -- Oregon -- Portland -- Design and construction, Tunnels -- Design and construction, Transit-oriented development -- Oregon -- Portland, Streetscapes (Urban design), San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (Calif.)
In anticipation of TriMet and the City of Portland’s vision to create the subterranean tunnel for MAX light trail beneath downtown, which design considerations must be made in order to ensure that MAX light rail will continue to promote downtown walkability, passenger comfort, and economic vitality? This will be looked at through the dissemination of three United States cities which contain underground transit stations.
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Ramos-Crosier, Antonio P., "Informing Subterranean Transit Station Design from Existing and Future Station Typologies; an Informative Exploration of how to Develop Underground Station Design for MAX Light Rail" (2019). University Honors Theses. Paper 797.