Help create a new Pine Hills bus transfer station

If you ride the Lynx bus in the Pine Hills area, you’ll want to pay attention to this.

Lynx is planning to build a new bus transfer station to serve the Pine Hills area and YOU can help design it.

Right now, transferring from one bus to another in the Pine Hills – at Silver Star and Hiawassee roads – is a pretty dismal experience, with little or no shelter from the rain and sun.

Waiting for Lynx in Pine Hills
However, several months ago, Lynx bought land on Belco Drive, behind the Winn-Dixie shopping center, for a new transfer station and they’re determined to create something nice that can become an attractive, well-lit Town Center for Pine Hills and a great place to wait for your next bus.

The new bus transfer station must accommodate 8 to 10 buses. Design specifications say the transfer station must include:
·        transit center building
·        safety and security elements
·        accessible to the disabled and people using bicycles
Hamburg, Germany bus station
·        art/cultural elements
·        sustainable elements – solar and rain gardens
·        space for community events


On April 21st Lynx officials, residents and other interest folks will hold an all-day planning meeting at Evans High School to look at examples from other cities to come up with the best design for the Pine Hills station.

Lynx has $3 million to build the new bus transfer station.

CORRECTION: Location where most people transfer in Pine Hills.





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