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One station may have beautiful historic features, a wealth of facilities and a bustling green station square, while another station may be a dull concrete affair. The latter type of station does not exactly invite people to travel by public transport, to pass through or to stay there. And that needs to change, believes Manuela Triggianese. “Public transport plays an important role in the urban transition to sustainable development. More and more towns and cities are pushing out polluting cars to their periphery and public transport stations are important hubs for sustainable choices and shared mobility. Stations belong to the environment, which needs to become healthier, more liveable and inclusive. So these buildings need to be properly integrated in their surroundings.”

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Manuela Triggianese

Dr. arch. Manuela Triggianese