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  • The Torino Porta Susa railway station is the first Italian station on the high speed Paris-Romeline. The station is an extensive hub where travellers can change easily from one mode of transport – high speed train, regional train, metro, bus, tram, car or two-wheeled vehicle – to another. It is also a centre of services […]


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  • The Créteil-Pompadour station is part a wider programme to create a multi-modal transport hub in the Créteil municipality on the south-east outskirts of Paris. This calls for a major reorganization of the site that includes: modifications to road layout to improve connections between public transport modes; rail infrastructure work to boost SNCF’s transport offering; the […]


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Three immense concrete letters mark the southern entrance to Jena Bus Station and act as support for a spectacular roof which shelters 8 bus stops from both sun and rain. The motion and mobility inherent in transportation and traffic are represented by the roof’s sinuous wing-like profile. The roof itself consists of a central IPE […]


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