The planning of transit infrastructure forms a key element of our practice and is informed by a profound understanding of both the public and private roles in its development. By understanding the social, economic and environmental impacts of a particular context, our team is able to ensure that all investments in transit infrastructure serve as positive drivers in the development of corridors and regions.
Our projects range from the design of custom street furniture to complex mixed-use transit-oriented developments; and from detailed station plans, to comprehensive corridor studies for large cities in both developed and developing settings.
Our team has developed plans for key multi-modal transit hubs such as Union and Kipling stations in Toronto; corridor plans for the Western Waterfront in Toronto, Warden Avenue in Scarborough and Airport Road in Amman Jordan; as well as secondary plans for areas encompassing Downsview, Lawrence, Yorkdale, and Victoria Park stations. We are currently working on corridor studies for the Macleod Trail in Calgary, the detailed landscape design for the new Eglinton West LRT Station in Toronto, and a detailed site plan for the Bramalea GO Transit station in Brampton.