San Francisco’s New Transbay Transit Center To Be A Green Structure

San Francisco’s New Transbay Transit Center To Be A Green Structure

A new landmark structure will be built in downtown San Francisco, replacing the historical transit terminal.

Naresh Kumar
  • 13 august 2010

The foundation for San Francisco’s ambitious Transbay Transit Terminal was laid recently amidst much fanfare. The $4 billion project to be designed by Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects will be a landmark structure powered by wind and geothermal energy and will have eco-friendly features such as rainwater retrieval system and a huge rooftop park. The new terminal will come up at the site of the existing iconic transit terminal that closed down earlier this week.

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