Jacksonville Regional Transportation Center - Jacksonville, FL

Pond (the Pond/Michael Baker Team) was selected as the Architectural Design Consultant for the new Jacksonville Regional Transportation Center (JRTC) – An iconic world class facility that will serve Jacksonville and its surrounding communities for decades to come. The focus of this project for the Jacksonville Transit Authority is to create a transportation hub as an origin and destination to Downtown with quick connections to other parts of the city like the airport, as well as to spur economic growth in the La Villa area of Jacksonville. Pond concentrated on creating a mixed-use urban plaza in its design with a complete streets approach and focus. The architectural design services for the JRTC includes an Intercity Bus Terminal, Pedestrian Bridge crossing at West Forsyth Street, a new multi-story JTA Administrative Headquarters, 22-bay bus transfer station and intercity bus terminal with direct connection to the existing adjacent Skyway Convention Center Station, JTA Bus Transfer Station, and improvements to the city-owned parcel east of the JTA Administration Building. Pond is currently providing full project management, transit architecture design, mechanical, plumbing, fire protection and electrical engineering services for this new regional headquarters in downtown Jacksonville. Additionally, Pond is providing sustainable design services with the project being designed to meet LEED® Silver rating goals under LEED-3.0.

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