Transit Architecture

Superior transit facilities offer an opportunity for a city or region to generate revenue and positively influence the daily lives of people by providing an exceptional transportation experience.

Pond’s full-service architecture and engineering professionals specialize in creating context-sensitive transportation and transit facility solutions that maximize value, efficiency and effectiveness.

From bus terminals, to operations facilities, to multimodal centers, our transit architecture and transportation specialists design these for many aspects. While functionality is paramount, we also view our design solutions through the eyes of the passengers – always focusing on providing a superior travel or commuting experience. While design aesthetics often play a prominent role, safe pedestrian and vehicle circulation, neighborhood compatibility, noise mitigation and community acceptance are also key considerations for a successful transit project.

We have broad expertise in transit facility design from administrative and O&M facilities to multimodal centers and transfer stations. In addition, our in-house transportation planners and landscape architects provide thoughtful and effective roadway design, area development, site amenities and sustainable landscape solutions that efficiently meet the needs of today’s mobile society.

Project Types

  • Transit Administration / Headquarters Design
  • Transit Operations and Maintenance Design
  • Multimodal/Intermodal Facilities
  • Transfer Stations
  • Passenger Platforms and Amenities
  • Passenger Canopies and Shelters
Mitchell Davis, AIA, LEED AP BD+C

Mitchell Davis, AIA, LEED AP BD+C

Program Manager


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