NJ Transit | Design-Build-Operate-Maintain, Hudson-Bergen Light Rail Station, Architectural Design of 21 Stations
The Hudson-Bergen Light Rail Transit System was the first in the U.S. to be built under a Design-Build-Operate-Maintain (DBOM) arrangement.
Scope included providing final architectural design of 21 new stations and system-wide landscaping design for the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail Transit System segment of New Jersey Transit that runs through Bayonne, Jersey City and Hoboken, New Jersey. The work included design of stations with all associated platforms, signage and canopies.
Although there are common architectural design elements at the stations, each station is unique in aesthetic features that reflect its location in relation to the surrounding neighborhoods. Every station was designed to have its own entity by using architectural and landscape elements and art work. The mission of this project was to provide a fast, clean and efficient means of transportation in an area that needed economic revitalization for both residential and commercial developments.