The purpose of the Transit Hub Case Study is to identify and evaluate the four locations in Baltimore that are best suited for development into the first public Transit Hubs. Transit Hubs are terminals where several types of transportation connect, including pedestrian, bicycle, rail, metro, and automobile. This case study will envision how these hubs will function, with a focus on wayfinding, clean transportation, and better connections from mode to mode.
- Transit Hub Case Study: Penn Station
Currently, Penn Station operates as Baltimore’s midtown transportation hub. Through research we have identified needs and solutions to advance Penn Station as a major transportation hub for the city.
- Transit Hub Case Study: Owings Mills Metro Station
Owings Mills Metro Station is the north endpoint station for the Baltimore Metro Subway. Through research we have identified needs and solutions to advance Owings Mills Metro Station as a major transportation hub for the city.
- Transit Hub Case Study: Mondawmin Station
Mondawmin station is a well traveled Metro and bus station in Baltimore City, adjacent are many schools, a shopping mall and Druid Hill Park. Through research we have identified needs and solutions to advance Mondawmin as a major transportation hub for the city.
The purpose of the Operation Plug-In campaign is to improve electric vehicle education and outreach starting with improving signage and wayfinding for existing electric vehicle infrastructure, including charging stations, signs, policies and information (EVI) on Maryland university campuses.
|Johns Hopkins University Operation Plug-in Case Study|
|Maryland Institute College of Art Operation Plug-in Case Study|
|University of Maryland, Baltimore County Operation Plug-in Case Study|
|University of Maryland, College Park Operation Plug-in Case Study|
|Towson University Operation Plug-in Case Study|