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    Multimodal transit centers

    I'm looking for well-documented case studies for multimodal transit centers. I'm especially interested in cities, no matter how small, under 500,000 and their site selection process. Any leads are useful.

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    steten sentral ,kuala lumpur, kings cross london

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    Not sure of any of the top of my head but I would think that cities with large universities would be the best place to start looking.

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    You might want to look at Portland, OR. They have bus, MAX, and pedestrian facilities all around the lines.
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    Quote Originally posted by TheBostonian View post
    I'm looking for well-documented case studies for multimodal transit centers. I'm especially interested in cities, no matter how small, under 500,000 and their site selection process. Any leads are useful.
    Here's our site selection study:

    http://www.wmpo.org/PDF/WMMTC%20Repo...1-27-2005).pdf

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