miami metromover by weston williamson
miami metromover by weston williamson miami metromover by weston williamson
apr 30, 2012

miami metromover by weston williamson

metromover station internal vision

the new metromover station will be a world class addition to showcase miami’s commitment to improving public transport and to help combat climate change. the new station will be innovative and exciting. It will be built to fit with the museum park masterplan, positioned on axis with the new plaza between the new art and science museums.

the new station is simple in layout and offers great comfort and weather protection. a transparent membrane of the innovative etfe material ensures great views from the station and presents a modern efficient image for the metromover and miami.

at night the station is lit internally – glowing and changing colour as the trains arrive and depart. the power for the lighting is provided by solar cells and a wind powered generator which will emphasise miami’s green credentials.

discussions continue about building the station.

metromover station external vision

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  • maybe after this they can improve the actual SYSTEM of public trans.

    chachichi says:
  • Enjoy it…. nothing like this will happen in Tampa until AFTER 2050, with our brilliant transit decision makers… who only care about preventing buses from blocking POV traffic. We get federal money to improve mass transit. Voters approve it… and Gov. Scott over rules us and sends the money the money back to Washington.

    ZapDuff/Tampa Bay says:

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