Transportation Hubs, Parking Structures And The Drastic Affect They Have On Quality Of Life

Transportation Hubs, Parking Structures And The Drastic Affect They Have On Quality Of Life
Design

How do architecture, urbanism and transportation intersect in the creation of cities and local infrastructure.

Jeff Weiner
  • 5 may 2012

PSFK was recently invited to attend an Urban Mobility Salon, hosted at BMW’s iVentures office in New York City. The Salon focused on architecture, urbanism, parking, and how the three combine to create our existing and future urban transportation solutions. It also addressed the role of transportation hubs and parking structures as key building blocks for urbanism, and the drastic affect these elements have on quality of life for those living inside and outside of urban environments.

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