Marywood Architecture Students Design Exciting New Bus Shelters

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On November 12, Marywood School of Architecture students presented designs for new bus shelters to representatives from COLTS, Lackawanna County’s transit system. Above, students share their experiences riding the county’s bus lines with new COLTS Director Tim McGrath.
Student Rachel Knuuti’s design for a busy intersection in Minooka includes a safer pickup point and a lane for food trucks.
Chris Salisbury’s urban forest would be centrally located on Mulberry Street at the University of Scranton.
Miranda Smith presents her innovative use of rail ties to create a much safer bus shelter in front of the Radisson Lackawanna Station hotel.
Many of the designs included electrical vehicle charging stations to increase utility and attract new ridership. Matthew Davis’s design included a peaceful waterfall at a proposed new stop at Green Ridge Senior Apartments.
Nicholas Biser’s circus tent-inspired bus shelter at Gerrity’s on Keyser Ave included a park and play area.