Adjustable Seats Bring More Personal Space To Commuter Trains

Adjustable Seats Bring More Personal Space To Commuter Trains

The new design gives reprieve for weary travelers cramped on their rides

Jennifer Passas
  • 3 october 2016

Cramped conditions, lack of personal space, and limited seating are common problems that millions of commuters face everyday on their way to and from work. But commuting doesn’t have to be uncomfortable, and one design firm is working hard to fix the often uncomfortable transit experience we find ourselves in. PriestmanGoode a design studio known for its work on the new London Tube and TAM Airlines’ first-class couch seating, has released seat designs that can provide up to 30% more seating on commuter trains.

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