transbay transit center transforms san francisco by pelli clarke pelli
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mar 26, 2013
transbay transit center transforms san francisco by pelli clarke pelli


‘transbay transit center’ by pelli clarke pelli, california, united states
image © pelli clarke pelli

 

 

 

since its very beginning, san francisco’s urban transit has secured a place in the world’s most recognized transportation systems, evolving with the times
to accommodate an ever-increasing and faster-moving population through a variety of media. international firm pelli clarke pelli has designed the ‘transbay
transit center‘ that promises to catapult the city amongst one of the leading infrastructural networks in the world. the 4.5 acre project, currently under construction,
will manage the crossing of all transit systems above and below ground and contribute to the city’s green public space, with an expected completion in 2017.

 

 


video © pelli clarke pelli

 

 


view from the street level
image © pelli clarke pelli

 

 

 

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