Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority Buckeye/Woodhill StationSize: 16,000 square feet
Client: Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority
The proposed project is a rehabilitation of an existing transit station serving the greater Cleveland Area. The current station is deteriorated, not welcoming and is in need of replacement. The redesign will consist of a new canopy to provide protection from the elements and a series of ramps and stairs that will meet the ADA mandates to make the entire station completely accessible to all patrons arriving at the platform.
The focal point of the design will be two 'Halo' structures providing a symbolic image at the intersection of Woodhill and Buckeye Roads, giving a prominent identification to the RTA station. The structures will provide protection for the circulation route to and from the platforms and will be constucted of concrete, steel trusses, and lightweight translucent sandwich panels.