Jackson Hub Concept Plan

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JACKSON HUB

RECONNECTING NEIGHBORHOODS.

JACKSON HUB

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TABLE OF CONTENTS OVERVIEW

1.0 Jackson Hub Project Overview 1.1 Design Objectives 1.2 Concept Design Snapshot 1.3 Public Process 1.4 Phased Implementation

ANALYSIS

2.0 Seattle’s Busiest Gateway & Transportation Hub 2.1 Adjusting for a Growing City 2.2 Site Circulation 2.3 Engineering Study & Design Constraints 2.4 Ownership 2.5 A Mixed Use Neigbhorhood 2.6 Experience & Public Spaces

COORDINATION & COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

3.0 Alignment with Existing Plans 3.1 Community Engagement 3.2 Engagement Findings

DESIGN

4.0 Concept Design: In-Depth 4.1 Elevating Public Art 4.2 Materials and Furnishings 4.3 Long-term Vision: Making Jackson Hub a Place to Be


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Thank you for your participation & support: Chinatown International District Residents & Businesses Pioneer Square Residents & Businesses Downtown Seattle Association Historic South Downtown Vulcan Washington State Public Stadium Authority Wing Luke Museum Chinatown International District BIA InterIm CDA Seattle Office of Planning & Community Development Seattle Department of Transportation Seattle Office of Arts & Culture

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Seattle Office of Economic Development Seattle Department of Neighborhoods King County Metro Sound Transit

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MAKING JACKSON HUB A PL ACE TO BE . 1. OVERVIEW Seattle’s iconic transportation landmarks, Union Station (1910) and King Street Station (1906) define a stillactive transportation hub at the south end of downtown Seattle. Rather than welcome locals and visitors traveling through this area, people are greeted by a sea of intersecting streets, rushing cars, poor lighting, and a general lack of wayfinding and pedestrian amenities. This busy intersection separates the historic Pioneer Square and *Chinatown International District neighborhoods from each other and nearby destinations, including the Stadium District.

*Note on spelling: The spelling Chinatown International District is used throughout this document. Alternative spelling with a hyphen (Chinatown-International District) is also common. The exception to this spelling is for the International District/ Chinatown Light Rail Station which is named with a forward slash (/).

Photo: Seattle Municipal Archives.

Early planning efforts are underway for the expansion of light rail. By 2035, an additional station will become part of this hub, bringing more people and more trains and buses to the Jackson Hub area, already a hub to buses, streetcars, three different rail lines, and many pedestrians, cars, and bicycles. Our community members want to prioritize pedestrian improvements now and in the near future, creating a better foundation for the expansion of Jackson Hub’s importance as a transit hub for Seattle. To reclaim this area, the Alliance for Pioneer Square and Seattle Chinatown International District Preservation and Development Authority (SCIDpda) reached out to Historic South Downtown to create a robust community-based planning and outreach project to

envision a Jackson Hub that would welcome neighbors and visitors to Seattle. We incorporated comments from Sound Transit, King Country Metro, Seattle Department of Transportation, Seattle Office of Planning & Community Development, Historic Review Boards, Seattle Office of Arts & Culture to the greatest extent possible. Throughout the year, our planning team and volunteers held a series of public events in Jackson Hub, including feedback events in the plaza in front of Union Station. Many commuters and neighbors stopped to give us feedback on their experience in the space and ideas for the future. This community feedback provides the foundation for this planning and design effort. The Jackson Hub concept design focuses on improvements that can be made to this important public space within the next five years. The report also looks forward to several visionary ideas the community embraced, to plant the seeds for future planning efforts. The people of Pioneer Square and the Chinatown International District will work together with our city, county, and regional transit agencies to share our vision of Jackson Hub as a welcoming destination, creating an entry to Seattle that we can all enjoy. Alliance for Pioneer Square Seattle Chinatown International District Preservation and Development Authority Historic South Downtown


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1.0 JACKSON HUB PROJECT OVERVIEW INTRODUCTION: JACKSON HUB The Pioneer Square and Chinatown International District neighborhoods come together at the intersection of S. Jackson Street between 3rd and 5th Avenue. This area also serves as the busiest and most vital transportation hub in the city. The adjacent open spaces and pedestrian connections in this busy corridor cut off both communities from each other, and other major destinations (waterfront, stadium district and downtown). To better connect these neighborhoods, the communities are reclaiming this area through a holistic approach to public space and pedestrian improvements.

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In 2017, the Alliance for Pioneer Square and the Seattle Chinatown International District Preservation and Development Authority (SCIDpda) received funding from the Historic South Downtown Community Preservation & Development Authority (HSD) to address these ongoing issues and to mitigate impacts from imminent large-scale transportation and construction projects impacting Jackson Hub. The work documented here is an extension of the ongoing efforts outlined in the South Jackson Street Connections report, Pioneer Square Street Concept Plans, Pioneer Square Parks and Gateways Concept Plan as well as in other previous planning and policy efforts in the neighborhoods.

PROJECT LEADERSHIP Launched in 2010, the Alliance for Pioneer Square is devoted to the betterment of Pioneer Square through advocacy, programming, marketing, and community action (http://allianceforpioneersquare. org/). The Seattle Chinatown International District Preservation and Development Authority is a community development organization formed by the community in 1975 whose mission is to preserve, promote, and develop the Seattle Chinatown International District (CID) as a vibrant community and unique ethnic neighborhood. (https://scidpda.org) The Historic South Downtown Community Preservation & Development Authority (“HSD”) is a state agency responsible for preserving, restoring, and promoting the health, safety, and cultural identity of Seattle’s Pioneer Square and Chinatown-International District neighborhoods.


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Jackson Hub. Concurrent work around King Street Station Plaza is underway through the Pioneer Square Parks and Gateways project, with coordination and cooperation to ensure a cohesive experience for pedestrians.

The recommendations contained here focus on a study area around Union Station at the center of

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JACKSON HUB PUBLIC REALM

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1.1 DESIGN OBJECTIVES INTRODUCTION: DESIGN OBJECTIVES The core project objectives were identified based on previous planning efforts early on. These were then vetted through public outreach efforts and used as a guide throughout the design process.

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1 SAFE & COMFORTABLE 2 ENGAGING 3 CONNECTED 4 EMBEDDED

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HISTORICAL CONTEXT OBJECTIVE 1: SAFE & COMFORTABLE

Jackson Hub should be safe and feel safe for residents, visitors, women, children, people with disabilities, and any other users of the space.

OBJECTIVE 2: ENGAGING

The buildings, streets, sidewalks, and other connections around Jackson Hub should be designed to sustain the interest of pedestrians in order to have a more pleasant experience.

OBJECTIVE 3: CONNECTED

Jackson Hub should clearly connect the many transit systems, routes, and adjacent neighborhoods.

OBJECTIVE 4: EMBEDDED

Jackson Hub should be recognized as a place and destination in its own right, with stewardship, and public spaces that reflect community culture.

OBJECTIVE 5: ICONIC

Jackson Hub should be memorable and stand out as an iconic entry into downtown Seattle.

“From the waterfront to Pioneer Square, through Japantown, Chinatown and Little Saigon, past Rainier Avenue and into the Central Area, a walk along Jackson Street carries you through progressive periods in Seattle’s history and immerses you in many cultures. Its stories reach back to time immemorial. Ancestors of the Duwamish, Muckleshoot and Suquamish established their winter village here, a strong base with ample access to the expansive shoreline and tide flats. Newcomers brought their labor, ingenuity and entrepreneurship to build streets, construct buildings, and open restaurants, stores and hotels. They came in overlapping waves. European immigrants came out to join the Alaskan Gold Rush or harvest and process troves of lumber in Puget Sound forests. Chinese immigrants were recruited as laborers, and some rose up as independent businessmen to service the many needs of a growing Seattle. Japanese immigrants brought families and built homes and businesses of their own. African Americans followed the trains to Seattle, the major railroad terminus for the region. Filipino nationals eventually followed, coming from the fields of California and Eastern Washington on their way to Alaska for the salmon canning season. Beginning in the 1970’s, Vietnamese and other Southeast Asian refugees began to breathe new life into declining business areas and established new community strongholds. With immediate connections to water and rail, it is no surprise that many people came through Jackson Street and established lives around this central thoroughfare. David S. “Doc” Maynard named the streets in his plat after Democratic political leaders—U.S. President Andrew Jackson (1829-1837) in the case of S. Jackson Street. Its stories celebrate a progressive spirit of optimism and hope. Not surprisingly, however, for many, its stories also are ones of struggle and resistance. Native people fought to hold onto their indigenous lands before being pushed out by white settlers. Federal laws kept Chinese, then Japanese, then Filipinos from coming. Chinese Americans were forcibly removed in Seattle’s 1886 anti-Chinese riots. Japanese Americans were rounded up and incarcerated in U.S. concentration camps during World War II. After the war, Jackson Street from Alaskan Way to Rainier Avenue (though excluding the train stations) was designated “out of bounds” for soldiers from the Army Air Corps base at Paine Field in Everett, contributing to efforts to close nightclubs in the area. People of color were legally discriminated against when renting or selling homes in many parts of Seattle until 1968, resulting in high concentrations of communities of color all along S. Jackson Street. Whether celebratory or heart wrenching, these are the real life stories of the people of Seattle. These are the stories of S. Jackson Street.”

-- EXCERPT FROM S. Jackson Street Connections Report 2016


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1.2 CONCEPT DESIGN SNAPSHOT CONCEPT DESIGN IN A SNAPSHOT This portion is a quick illustrated plan view of the final Jackson Hub Concept Plan. For a more detailed look at the Jackson Hub Concept Plan, jump to Chapter 3.

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DESIGN APPROACH PRIORITIZE NEIGHBORHOOD ICONS

IDENTIFY KEY PEDESTRIAN PATHS

ELIMINATE CLUTTER

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1.3 PUBLIC PROCESS INTRODUCTION: ALIGNMENT WITH EXISTING PLANNING AND PROJECTS The outreach process began with a review of relevant documents and plans, with the intent of building on past work and community sentiment and coordinating with current efforts previously outlined. Additionally, a Jackson Hub Working Group met at regular intervals for the duration of the project to provide feedback and guidance. The Working Group was comprised of local businesses, community members, and representatives from the key transportation agencies.

Broader public input was captured through a range of methods that included targeted methodologies for non-English speaking populations that live and work in these communities. Online surveys, public events with non-narrative forms for guiding design direction, and walking audits were all advertised in Chinese and English, and all events were supported with interpreters and translated written materials.

A series of meetings and presentations were given to keep key stakeholders informed of project direction and to provide additional opportunities for feedback.

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KEY MEETINGS 01.19.18: AGENCY MEETING

05.11.18: KC METRO

ALLIANCE, SCIDPDA, SDOT, OPCD, ST, KCM, HSD, FRAMEWORK, CID-BIA OUTREACH, NEXT STEPS, CONCERNS

ALLIANCE, FRAMEWORK, KCM KING COUNTY OPERATIONS CONCERNS

01.25.18: DEPT. OF NEIGHBORHOODS

PIONEER SQUARE RESIDENT'S COUNCIL INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT

ALLIANCE, DON OUTREACH COORDINATION

02.28.18: CID PLANNING OPEN HOUSE PUBLIC INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT

03.30.18: SOUND TRANSIT ALLIANCE, FRAMEWORK, SOUND TRANSIT OPERATIONS AND CONCERNS

03.30.18: OPCD MEETING ALLIANCE, OPCD PROJECT COORDINATION

04.02.18: WORKING GROUP INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT

05.07.18: ONLINE SURVEY OPENS

AVAILABLE IN BOTH SIMPLIFIED CHINESE AND ENGLISH

05.09.18: OUTREACH COORDINATION ALLIANCE, OPCD OUTREACH COORDINATION

05.09.18: SEATTLE PEDESTRIAN ADVISORY BOARD ALLIANCE, SPAB INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT

05.16.18: PRESENTATION

05.14.18-06.29.18: 11 WALKING AUDITS ALLIANCE, PUBLIC

06.06.18: WORKING GROUP OUTREACH METHODS & EFFORTS

06.07.18: SDOT OPERATIONS ALLIANCE, FRAMEWORK, SDOT

06.21.18: PUBLIC EVENT 1 THE PUBLIC OUTREACH ~175 TO 200 ENGAGEMENTS

08.01.18: PIONEER SQUARE PRESERVATION BOARD BRIEFING

ALLIANCE, SCIDPDA, FRAMEWORK, PSPB INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT

08.16.18: WORKING GROUP PRELIMINARY CONCEPTS

08.22.18: AGENCY BRIEFING PRELIMINARY CONCEPTS

09.19.18: PUBLIC EVENT 2 PRELIMINARY CONCEPTS

10.17.18: PIONEER SQUARE PRESERVATION BOARD PRELIMINARY CONCEPTS

10.30.18: WORKING GROUP CONCEPT DESIGN

06.28.18: MEETING

10.31.18: IMAGINE GREATER DOWNTOWN

06.28.18: ONLINE SURVEY CLOSES

11.13.18: INTERNATIONAL SPECIAL REVIEW DISTRICT BOARD

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07.02.18: NEW MOBILITY ALLIANCE, FRAMEWORK, SDOT, DISCUSSION OF NEW MOBILITY

07.24.18: INTERNATIONAL SPECIAL REVIEW DISTRICT BOARD ALLIANCE, SCIDPDA, FRAMEWORK, ISRD INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT

CONCEPT DESIGN

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11.28.18: WORKING GROUP KING STREET STATION PLAZA PARKS & GATEWAYS PRESENTATION BY WALKER MACY

1.9.19: SEATTLE PEDESTRIAN BOARD CONCEPT DESIGN

1.24.19: PUBLIC EVENT 3 CONCEPT DESIGN


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1.4 PHASED I M P L E M E N TAT I O N PHASED IMPLEMENTATION

JACKSON HUB PHASED IMPLEMENTATION

The Jackson Hub project is broken into phases for implementation that can start immediately, helping to alleviate and mitigate some of the impacts of near-term transportation construction project impacts. The community entities that spearheaded this project will continue to partner and determine next steps moving forward. Refer to pages 60-67 for details.

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2.1 ADJUSTING FOR A GROWING CITY ANALYSIS: EXISTING SITE CONDITIONS 4 6 4

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2.2 S I T E C I R C U L AT I O N ANALYSIS: CIRCULATION Circulation at the International District/ Chinatown Station within the Jackson Hub has been highlighted as problematic by community users, transit agencies, and walking audits.

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The removal of buses from the transit tunnel requires the addition of both bus carrying capacity at the street level, and also the addition of bus shelters and stops.

The pinch point identified near the bus stop outside the Bartell’s Drug Store, at the northeast corner of S. Jackson Street and 4th Avenue S. is deemed infeasible within the context of this project because of limitations posed by the streetcar lines and the number of buses that currently use that stop. Addressing this issue would require re-routing of buses or street changes that are unlikely right now.

Key pinch points have been identified within the plaza on 5th and along the sidewalk at the Sounder Transit station on S. Jackson Street. These locations are critical to Sounder Train riders who have limited departure times and often rush to catch their trains. With high passenger loads, these locations must support larger waves of passengers than their bus and light rail counterparts during peak pedestrian times.

Movement through the plazas is negatively impacted by a maze of columns, trellises, concrete planters, parked vehicles, stairs, walls, and dead ends.

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2.3 ENGINEERING STUDY & DESIGN CONSTRAINTS ANALYSIS: DESIGN CONSTRAINTS Although it is not obvious which of the street and sidewalk are ‘bridges’, over the years structures have been built over the rail lines in Jackson Hub. Improvements of areas that are built over these structure (bridges and areaways) are not feasible within the scope of this project. This is due to the high cost of rebuilding and reinforcing these structures. In an effort to propose concept designs that do not require deep excavation or rebuilding extensive bridge structure, heavier plantings and extensive pavement replacement has been avoided. Improvements have been recommended that can be feasibly built with limited weight.

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Additional constraints include extensive overhead lines which inhibit planting of larger street trees in some locations in the Jackson Hub.

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BRIDGES & OPEN TO BELOW DIAGRAM

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2.4 OWNERSHIP ANALYSIS: OWNERSHIP The Jackson Hub area ownership is split among a number of entities; it is part of the challenge to implement new projects and address maintenance and stewardship issues. The ownership of Jackson Hub is split among the following public and private entities: Vulcan South of Union Station including the south plaza. Parcels are a condominium ownership. Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) All public right of ways and streets, including sidewalks and King Street Station. Sound Transit Leases Union Station and the upper north Plaza from condominium ownership parcels.

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King County Metro Responsible for maintenance and ownership of all Metro bus shelters and signage throughout Jackson Hub.

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“EMPOWER PEOPLE TO P L AY A N AC T I V E R O L E IN SHAPING METRO’S PRODUCTS AND SERVICES.“ - KING COUNTY METRO

“ENCOURAGE CONVENIENT, SAFE MULTI-MODAL ACCESS TO THE TRANSIT SYSTEM, WITH AN EMPHASIS ON NONMOTORIZED ACCESS.“ - SOUND TRANSIT BOARD

“BNSF IS FOCUSED ON KEEPING THE BNSF RAILROAD MOVING F O RWA R D , M E E T I N G CUSTOMERS‘ NEEDS AND SERVING THE COMMUNITIES WHERE OUR EMPLOYEES LIVE AND WORK.“ - BNSF

“W E S E E K TO PA R T N E R, FUND AND SUPPORT I D E A S T H AT P R O V I D E F O U N D AT I O N A L D ATA , U S E I N N O VAT I V E A P P R O A C H E S , WORK TO STRENGTHEN COMMUNITIES, AIM FOR POLICY CHANGE AND ENCOURAGE PUBLIC E N G AG E M E N T. “ - VULCAN PHILANTHROPIC

OUR GOAL IS TO E L I M I N AT E S E R I O U S A N D FATA L C R A S H E S I N S E AT T L E . D E L I V E R I N G T H E FOLLOWING NEAR-TERM ACTIONS IN THE NEXT 3 YEARS WILL HELP US MEET OUR GOAL [INCLUDES] PRIORITIZE PEDESTRIANS - SDOT


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PA R C E L S & OW N E R S H I P D I AG R A M

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2.5 A MIXED USE NEIGHBORHOOD ANALYSIS: ADJACENT BUILDING USES Jackson Hub is at the intersection of two of the oldest and most culturally rich neighborhoods in the city. Surrounding the site is a mix of housing, transportation, retail, restaurants, and offices.

BUILDING USES DIAGRAM

Despite this blend of uses, the core of Jackson Hub is underutilized, with most community members and transit users indicating that it is a place they go through, but do not stay. The lack of high quality amenities draws people - both tourists and regular users alike - away from Jackson Hub. Public input and feedback has been in strong support of not only the need for physical improvements, but also the addition of amenities to support additional uses.

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These efforts should include activation through events and curated programming, micro-retail opportunities for small local businesses, and better access to existing infrastructure that supports these efforts, like electrical outlets and charging stations. In order to ensure that these efforts are well funded and adequately supported in order to give them a long-term impact, this report recommends developing a stewardship and maintenance strategy for the Jackson Hub that identifies funding sources, ongoing leadership strategy, and decision-making protocols that integrate and respond to local needs and interests of both the Chinatown International District and Pioneer Square neighborhoods.

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2.6 EXPERIENCE & PUBLIC SPACE ANALYSIS: EXPERIENCE & PUBLIC SPACE Challenges and amenities identified by a wide range of users, including visitors and residents, were gathered through community outreach activities, key stakeholder meetings, and a series of walking audits. The findings reinforced messages echoed and identified in previous efforts made by both city, county, and state transportation agencies, as well as community groups and academic researchers.

Overall, safety concerns due to poor lighting, vehicle and pedestrian conflicts, poor wayfinding, lack of connectivity, and cluttered and poorly maintained plazas, were rampant throughout the study area. Interviews and outreach also identified the metal trellis patterns and the metal grates or grids, as visually displeasing. Respondents also found the paint colors for the station entrace roof structure

distracting and indicated that the colors detract from the adjacent Union Station historic building. In review of existing seating, primarily located within the plaza on 5th Avenue S., users identified bars on the benches that prevent users from lying down as excessively restrictive. It was also made clear that key landmarks including Union

4 T H AV E N U E S . B E S I D E U N I O N S TAT I O N INSUFFICIENT SEATING & AMENITIES FOR TRANSIT RIDERS 對於輕軌乘坐著缺少座位與 舒適性 INSUFFICIENT WEATHER PROTECTION FOR QUANTITY OF RIDERS 對眾多乘坐者而言天氣防護不足

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TRAFFIC NOISE 交通噪聲

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AREA BETWEEN SHELTER AND BUILDING IS NOT FULLY VISIBLE FROM THE STREET 車站與建築之間的區域 在街道上可見性較差 EXTENSIVE BLANK FACADE 大量的空白立面區域


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Station, King Street Station, and Chinatown Gateway were recognized as emblematic of the community and the city. Retaining, highlighting, and maintaining existing artwork elements, particularly the brick mosaic Chinese zodiac, was also desired.

WORLD CLASS STADIUMS & EVENTS 世界級體育場館 與活動

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ICONIC HISTORIC BUILDINGS 標誌性歷史建築

SIDEWALK ISLAND WHERE PEDESTRIANS OFTEN GET ‘TRAPPED’ WHILE CROSSING 人行道區域使得人們 在穿越時“陷入困境”

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DARK ‘PIT’ TO TRACKS BELOW


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PEDESTRIAN ENVIRONMENT Community input identifies pedestrian safety as a great concern, the major barrier to carefree use of the street. The study area has repeatedly been identified as a specific problem area for pedestrians due to the level of vehicular activity, the speed of traffic, and the difficulty crossing high-volume arterials. The storefronts and historic architecture at Jackson Hub are the primary assets for pedestrians.

NATURAL SYSTEMS The corridor is primarily an impervious surface, but some landscape exists, including street trees with planters below. Much of Jackson Hub is built over structures, essentially a series of connected bridges. These are not viable locations for significant street tree plantings because of the age and strength of these structures. The landscape reflects a lack of maintenance and irrigation, leaving plants in poor condition. Community

input indicated that people want a much greener corridor. Research has identified numerous benefits to urban forestry, including improved quality of the pedestrian environment, air quality, reduced urban heat island effect, and habitat. Additional planted area also has the benefit of reducing the amount of runoff into a combined sewer system. Increased landscape would be a welcome addition wherever viable. For this to be successful, a mechanism needs to be found for maintaining plantings.

I N T E R S E C T I O N AT S . J A C K S O N S T R E E T & 4 T H A V E N U E S . UNPROTECTED LACK OF VISUAL INTEREST OR VISUAL CUE FOR ENTRY INTO PEDESTRIAN ZONE 缺少視覺興趣或視覺線索進入 行人區域

BICYCLE TURN BOXES 沒有保護的自行車 緩衝區

NARROW SIDEWALK AT KEY TRANSIT ENTRY POINT 輕軌入口處狹窄 的過道

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LONG & NARROW CROSSWALKS 長距離人行橫道


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P L A Z A O N 5 T H AV E N U E S . BARRIER FREE BENCHES AND MOVEABLE SEATING PREFERRED 推薦無障礙的長凳 與可移動的座位

POORLY MAINTAINED PLANTINGS, LACK OF VEGETATION 缺少保養,植被 不足

PERGOLA SPACES ARE DARK AND UNINVITING 暗沉的空間缺少 吸引力 VISUALLY CLUTTERED AND CONFUSING. 視覺上集中與混亂

ICONIC GATEWAY 標誌性的入口

REAL TIME INFORMATION ON TRAIN TIMES, WIFI, OR CHARGING DESIRED 推薦實時列車信息,無線 或者其他改變


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3 . C OO R D I N AT I O N & COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

“The pit” left after the gas plant and its planking were removed seen from the Great Northern Depot tower in 1908. Photo Lawton Gowey / Seattle Municipal Archives.


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3.0 ALIGNMENT WITH EXISTING PLANS ALIGNMENT WITH EXISTING PLANNING AND PROJECTS RELATED PROJECTS The outreach process began with a review of relevant documents and plans, with the intent of building on past work and community sentiment, and coordinating with current efforts.

RECOMMENDATIONS

PIONEER SQUARE PARKS & GATEWAYS MASTER PLAN

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• Reflect the historic significance of the site • Accommodate a range of activities • Shade is essential, and a noise buffer on the east edge would be helpful 2016 / THE ALLIANCE FOR PIONEER SQUARE

• Draw people to the front door, plaza should be eye-catching, and a place to linger, a transitional space that is beautiful when empty

FOLLOW THROUGH

JACKSON HUB • King Street Plaza design includes historic references • Design accomodates a range of activities including performance • Shade elements are included in design • Thoughtful design of a transitional space that provides seating and whimsy


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RECOMMENDATIONS

KING STREET STATION TRANSPORTATION HUB STUDY

2011 / SEATTLE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

FOLLOW THROUGH

JACKSON HUB • Enhanced crossing at Jackson St and 4th Avenue S

• Evaluate the pedestrian environment along S Jackson St from 2nd Avenue Ext S to 4th Avenue S

• Permanent canopies at International District/Chinatown Station

• Evaluate potential leading pedestrian signal or right turn to reduce conflicts at Jackson St and 4th Avenue S and 5th Avenue S

• SDOT currently reviewing bicycle route options

• Bicycle route alternative to S. Jackson St to connect to the waterfront trail and Mountains to Sound Greenway • Propose public art at the triangle on S Jackson St between 2nd Avenue Ext S and 4th Avenue S to enhance the pedestrian experience • Evaluate a re-route of 2nd Avenue Ext S at S Main St connecting with a 2-way 4th Avenue S • Consider permanent canopies over sidewalks or weather protection • Evaluate hub for accessibility improvements • Evaluate and prioritize street trees where they are missing or create utility conflicts • Install pedestrian scale lighting to unify Pioneer Square and Chinatown/ International District • Evaluate traffic calming improvements to 4th Avenue S • Identify needs and preferred locations for bike parking • Study partnerships to lid portions of the railroad tracks

• SDOT currently reviewing signal timing

• Improved and expanded bus shelters will increase weather protection at key locations • Accessibility improvements through removal of excess structures, expanding pinch points at key locations • Planting improvements to the pedestrian areas including bamboo, shrubs, and lightweight plantings • Improved pedestrian scale lighting at the station area and on surrounding streets consistent with SCIDpda Neighborhood Lighting Study • Long-term potential for covering open structure in the intersection of S Jackson St, 4th Avenue S, and 2nd Avenue Extension • Bike parking locations and fixtures examined and identified through design alternatives • Long-term vision for Jackson Hub supports lid over railroad tracks with a priority focus of expanding open space in these neighborhoods


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RECOMMENDATIONS

SOUTH JACKSON STREET CONNECTIONS REPORT • Continuous planting strips where possible. Replace dead and dying trees

2016 / SCIDPDA, HISTORIC SOUTH DOWNTOWN, WING LUKE MUSEUM

• Continue neighborhooddistinct lighting • Add pedestrian lighting where it does not currently exist. • Prioritize pedestrians to the extent possible to minimize crossing distance and wait time at lights • Curb cuts should be added and properly placed to guarantee safe usage and access • If closure of 2nd Avenue Extension South to vehicle traffic proves successful, permanent changes to curbless plazas can be made to improve connectivity through the Station Hub zone

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• A partnership to lid portions of the railroad tracks on the west side of 4th Avenue South in conjunction with street structural rebuilds could provide additional open space and public or private activation

FOLLOW THROUGH

JACKSON HUB • Expand planting in all feasible locations • Add pedestrian lighting that is reflective of the neighborhood identities • Prioritize pedestrians • Enhance existing curb cuts with cast iron truncated domes as well as update crosswalk striping and crosswalk widths • In the long-term lid portions of the railroad tracks on the west side of 4th Avenue South in conjunction with street structural rebuilds to provide additional open space and public or private activation


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RECOMMENDATIONS

ONE CENTER CITY NEAR TERM ACTION PLAN

FOLLOW THROUGH

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• Expanded bus zones for stops in Chinatown/International District

• Jackson Hub Plan supports additional bus stops and recommends enhanced design for bus shelters throughout the study area

• Evaluate signal changes at Jackson Street and 4th Avenue S for dedicated turns and leading pedestrian intervals

• Public input has supported signal changes to better serve pedestrians along with raised intersection and added crossing opportunities along 4th Avenue S

2018 / CITY OF SEATTLE, KING COUNTY METRO TRANSIT, SOUND TRANSIT, DOWNTOWN SEATTLE ASSOCIATION

PIONEER SQUARE STREET CONCEPT PLANS • Bus shelters should not obscure historic or significant architecture • Sweetgum / Liquidambar ‘Rotundiloba’ recommended for 4th Avenue S • Funtional, integrated public art • Put utility boxes underground where possible • Use cast iron truncated domes and granite curbs 2015 / THE ALLIANCE FOR PIONEER SQUARE

• Add accent and pedestrian scale lighting • Fairweather model B-3 bollards • For non-right angle intersections, strongly consider wedged crosswalks. • Provide more mid-block crossings

JACKSON HUB • Coordinate bus shelter locations with KC Metro to limit obstructions to historic or significant architecture • Long-term vision for Jackson Hub to include Sweetgum/Liquidambar trees along 4th Avenue S • Integrated public art elements • Remove utility boxes where feasible • All recommended materials applied to concept design proposal • Add mid-block crossing along 4th Avenue S • Wedged crosswalks at non-right angle intersections


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RECOMMENDATIONS

STADIUM DISTRICT STUDY • Catalytic development over a lidded BNSF railway from Royal Brougham Way to Weller Street • Enhanced connections between Chinatown/International District and the Stadium District • New residential development over the lid to support a broader variety of businesses and activities

FOLLOW THROUGH

JACKSON HUB • Long-term potential for covering open structure in the intersection of S Jackson St, 4th Avenue S, and 2nd Avenue Extension • Improved connections between International District/Chinatown, Pioneer Square, and King Street Station through public space and pedestrian enhancements

2013 / SEATTLE DEPARTMENT OF PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT

INTERNATIONAL DISTRICT / CHINATOWN STATION DESIGN INTENT • Reflects the cultural character of Seattle’s Chinatown International District and the transportation history of the vintage Union Station nearby

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2015 / KING COUNTY METRO TRANSIT

• Two poems by Seattle poet Laureen Mar are etched on stainless steel plates on crossbeams on a trellis walkway • Symbols of the Chinese calendar are set into the station plaza floor with cut brick • The plaza also includes a seating or performance platform made of heavy timbers and stone • Silhouettes and quotations of Philippine writer Jose Rizal, Seattle poet Eve Triem, Chinese entrepreneur Chinn Gee Hee and UW professor Teresa Schmid McMahon are in entrance sidewalks and stairway risers

JACKSON HUB • Utilize colors and materials that better reflect the historic and cultural character of the Chinatown International District • Retain stainless steel plates with etched poetry to re-use on risers at Union Station Plaza • Clean, repair, and retain Chinese calendar brickwork in Plaza • Refinish, repair, retain and program performance platform. • All artwork to be retained for reuse in Union Station Plaza


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RECOMMENDATIONS

SEATTLE PEDESTRIAN MASTER PLAN • Crossing evaluations along Jackson St, Main St and Washington St

FOLLOW THROUGH

JACKSON HUB • Pedestrian space and crossing improvements on 4th Avenue S and S. Jackson Street include repainting wedged crosswalk zones, cast iron truncated domes at curb ramps, and a raised crosswalk. • SDOT to review crosswalk signal timing.

2017 / SEATTLE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

DOWNTOWN SEATTLE PUBLIC SPACES & PUBLIC LIFE STUDY • Strong pedestrian connections from King Street Station to the rest of the city • Cover or screen openings to rail tracks alongside 4th Avenue • Strengthen open spaces around transit and introduce new functions in the spaces

2009 / SEATTLE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, INTERNATIONAL SUSTAINABILITY INSTITUTE, & UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON GREEN FUTURES LAB

JACKSON HUB • Improve connections along Jackson St and across 4th Avenue S • Usable and comfortable public spaces around the International District/ Chinatown Link Station and Union Station building • Long-term potential for covering open structure in the intersection of S Jackson St, 4th Avenue S, and 2nd Avenue Extension


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RECOMMENDATIONS

DOWNTOWN ACCESS STRATEGY PHASE 1 • Expected increase in pedestrian traffic along Jackson St as a result of streetcar, light rail stations • Aging populations in the International District/ Chinatown may require special pedestrian treatments or wayfinding

FOLLOW THROUGH

JACKSON HUB • More pedestrian space along Jackson Street to accommodate larger volumes at Link stations and the intersection with 4th Avenue S • Design for new pedestrian and public spaces that works for all age groups

2013 / DOWNTOWN SEATTLE ASSOCIATION, HISTORIC SOUTH DOWNTOWN & SEATTLE DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

SEATTLE PARKS AND OPEN SPACE PLAN

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• The Jackson Hub area is within a target zone for adding open space, however, given current acquisition budget levels, emphasis for the downtown core will be given to providing open space through publicprivate partnerships, privately owned public spaces and other creative solutions (incentive zoning, impact fees) rather than through acquisition

2017 / CITY OF SEATTLE PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT

JACKSON HUB • Jackson Hub Plan supports lid of BNSF rail ways to create additional park and open space in order to support the City of Seattle goal of adding public open space within the Chinatown International District and Pioneer Square neighborhoods


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RECOMMENDATIONS

SEATTLE 2035 GROWTH & EQUITY • Build on local cultural assets. Preserve and strengthen cultural communities and build the capacity of their leaders, organizations, and coalitions to have greater self-determination • Develop healthy and safe neighborhoods

FOLLOW THROUGH

JACKSON HUB • Community outreach and engagement throughout the entire process led to a plan that reflects input from both Pioneer Square and Chinatown International Districts • Jackson Hub project enhances and better connects neighborhoods to amenities proposed for the Waterfront

• Create neighborhoods that enhance community health through access to public amenities 2016 / SEATTLE OFFICE OF PLANNING & COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

CHINATOWN INTERNATIONAL DISTRICT NEIGHBORHOOD LIGHTING STUDY • Landmarks should be well lit and prominent at night • Enhance visibility and support pedestrian travel within Chinatown International District through illumination of faces and vertical surfaces 2018 / SCIDPDA

• Consistent decorative elements and color temperature of light to create unity and enhance community identity

JACKSON HUB • Install catenary lighting along southern facade of Union Station • Install pedestrian lighting along 4th Avenue S for improved pedestrian travel • Improve 1990s era ‘Globe’ style lights at Plaza on 5th Avenue S to better align temperature with historic Globe lights along sidewalk


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3.1 COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT OUTREACH The outreach methods for this project were bilingual and available via directed tours, individual self-guided audit maps, and online via a mapping tool and survey. Additionally, two public events allowed for feedback to develop community priorities along the S. Jackson Street corridor.

METHODS As previously identified, the team used a variety of outreach methods in order to gather input from a wide variety of community members. Broad public input was captured through a range of methods that included targeted methodologies for international language speaking populations that live and work in these communities. Translation and interpretation of materials and outreach sessions was provided in English and Chinese/ Cantonese, and all events were supported with interpreters and translated written materials.

WITH OVER 175 IN PERSON ENGAGEMENTS AT THE PUBLIC EVENT, AND 230 ONLINE RESPONSES, THE TOP PRIORITIES ARE CLEAR: WAYFINDING & SAFETY

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COMMUNITY MAPPING & WA K I N G AU D I T S

PHOTOS: Comments from event participants identifying concerns and issues in Jackson Hub.


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3.2 COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT FINDINGS TOP PRIORITY

PRIORITIZING GOALS & VALUES

The five values for the Jackson Hub project were prioritized by the public, shown here as ranked in importance.

ONLINE SURVEY

KEY STAKEHOLDER INTERVIEW

PUBLIC OUTREACH EVENT

SAFE & CONNECTED COMFORTABLE

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WHAT ELSE COULD BE HAPPENING?

Recognizing that successful pedestrian spaces are most often surrounded by buildings and businesses that support the types of activity happening on the street and in public spaces, community members were asked to pick out the top four uses that they believe would positively influence the vision for Jackson Hub. These are useful for future phases that will work to implement activation and programming into Jackson Hub.

ENGAGING

EMBEDDED

ICONIC

1

RESTAURANTS / CAFES

2

HOUSING

RESIDENTIAL USES

3

OPEN SPACE

(PARK LIKE SPACE)

4

COFFEE / TEA SHOPS

5

WELCOME CENTER

LOCAL & TOURIST INFORMATION

COMMUNITY SPACES

(INDOOR)

BOUTIQUE SHOPS CONVENIENCE

FOOD & DRINK

BICYCLE SHOP OTHER DAY CARE FACILITIES HUMAN SERVICES OFFICES

(GENERAL)

SCHOOL GYM LARGER RETAIL STORES GOVERNMENT

OFFICES & FACILITIES ONLINE SURVEY

KEY STAKEHOLDER INTERVIEW

PUBLIC OUTREACH EVENT

NONE OF THESE CHOICES

0

30

60

90

120

150


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COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT FINDINGS

BIGGEST FRUSTRATIONS

Community members were asked to list their top three frustrations with Jackson Hub based on their experience as a pedestrian. The challenges identified were tightly linked to issues around safety.

TOP PRIORITY

1

SAFETY (VEHICULAR)

VEHICULAR/BICYCLE/PEDESTRIAN CONFLICTS

2

CLEANLINESS

3

SAFETY (STREET CIVILITY)

4 5 6

LONG WAITS AT TRAFFIC SIGNALS CARS DRIVING TOO FAST SIDEWALK SPACE IS INADEQUATE LACK OF WEATHER PROTECTION NOISE

(TOO LOUD)

POLLUTION

(ENVIRONMENTAL)

ACCESSIBILITY

ACCESSIBILITY FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES IS NOT OPTIMAL

OTHER POOR LIGHTING LACK OF SEATING ONLINE SURVEY

KEY STAKEHOLDER INTERVIEW

PUBLIC OUTREACH EVENT

CROWDING

(TOO MANY PEOPLE)

0

WHAT ELEMENTS ARE MISSING? Community members were asked to identify the five small-scale creature comforts that they think would be most critical for improving Jackson Hub. This online feedback was verified with participants at in person public engagement events.

30

60

90

120

CLEAR WAYFINDING

150

1

(SIGNS, MARKERS)

LANDSCAPE / VEGETATION

2

PEDESTRIAN LIGHTING

3 4

WEATHER PROTECTION

5

BICYCLE PARKING HISTORIC INTERPRETIVE FEATURES WIDE OPEN GATHERING SPACES LARGE, ICONIC PUBLIC ART ROTATING CONTEMPORARY PUBLIC ART MOVEABLE TABLES & CHAIRS FIXED SEATING INTIMATE GATHERING SPACES DRINKING FOUNTAINS INTERACTIVE ELEMENTS

(TOUCH, SOUND, SIGHT, DIGITAL) ONLINE SURVEY

KEY STAKEHOLDER INTERVIEW

PUBLIC OUTREACH EVENT

0

30

60

90

120

150


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COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT FINDINGS PUBLIC EVENT 1

FINDINGS

The first public outreach event was an opportunity to gauge accuracy of project direction for goals and priorities. The goals were derived from earlier community and city-led efforts to address issues in the area.

The following five were identified as priorities. All methodologies used: online, narrative in person, and nonnarrative forms reinforced the same priorities for the Jackson Hub Project.

VISUAL SORTING DECKS In order to maximize input, multiple methodologies were used. These included narrative forms - both oral and written input. Additionally, nonnarrative forms including mapping and visual preference sorting were used. Estimated number of engagements were counted to be between 175-200 participants at the event.

1 - Wayfinding 2 - Pedestrian Lighting 3 - Landscape Plantings 4 - Weather Protection 5 - Bicycle Parking The following four were identified as preferences, but not top priorities (listed in no particular order): -

Micro Retail & Activation Seating Wide Open Gathering Spaces Historic Interpretive Features

VISUAL PREFERENCE DECK ACTIVITY

TOP PRIORITIES 優先事項 TOP PRIORITY

SAFETY (VEHICULAR) 安全(車輛) TOP PRIORITY

SAFE & COMFORTABLE 安全與舒適 CLEAR WAYFINDING 清楚指路 PEDESTRIAN LIGHTING 行人照明 LANDSCAPE / VEGETATION 景觀植栽 WEATHER PROTECTION 天氣防護

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BICYCLE PARKING 自行車停放

PHOTOS: Visual sorting decks were used to identify likes and dislikes. This methodology allows for participants to engage in voicing their preferences without the barrier of design and planning terminology.

OPEN SPACE

MICRO-RETAIL

ONLINE SURVEY

KEY STAKEHOLDER INTERVIEW

PUBLIC OUTREACH EVENT


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P E O P L E P I C K E D T H E S E I M A G E S S H O W I N G W H AT T H E Y WA N T TO S E E M O R E O F I N JAC K S O N H U B

141 129 SEATING

LANDSCAPE PLANTINGS

49 120 76 MICRO-RETAIL & ACTIVATION

LIGHTING

68 114 WAYFINDING

BICYCLE PARKING

WEATHER PROTECTION

IMAGE SIZE I N D I C AT E S QUANTITY OF TIMES I M AG E WA S SELECTED AS A PREFERENCE BY PA R T I C I PA N T S


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COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT FINDINGS PUBLIC EVENT 2

公眾意見會話2: 張力天幕

PUBLIC INPUT SESSION 2: TENSILE LUGSAILS

The second public outreach event was an opportunity to present a range of designs options that were a mix of long-term visionary approaches and immediate actionable choices.

NE CORNER OF THE INTERSECTION OF S. JACKSON ST. AND 4TH

LOCATION:

VIEW LOCATION

‚BEFORE‘

公眾意見會話2: 張力天幕

PUBLIC INPUT SESSION 2: TENSILE LUGSAILS

BENCHMARK "C" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION: LOCATION:

TENSILE LUGSAILS 4TH & JACKSON 張力天幕 第四街&傑克遜

45.57 FT WHEEL CHAIR SCRIBED SQUARE IN EASTERLY TOP OF WING TOP BACK OF NORTHERLY

RAMP

LOCATION:

‚BEFORE‘

SOUND TRANSIT

AVENUE S.

41.16 FT NE BOLT BOLT LIGHT POLE "504" BASE STATION EAST SIDE 4TH AVENUE S. IN FRONT OF E. ENTRANCE TO KING ST. S. GARAGE/CONDO BUILDING 550 4TH AVE.

TENSILE LUGSAILS MAIN ENTRY 張力天幕 主入口 BENCHMARK "D" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION:

VIEW LOCATION

NE CORNER IF THE "T" INTERSECTION OF 5TH AVENUE S. AND S.

STREET

WELLER

西雅圖街車站 TENSILE LUGSAILS 張力天幕

積臣街 S JACKSON ST.

5

STREETCAR STATION

Weather Protection 天氣防護

4

4

南段 大道 第二

E. D AV 2N

1

第五大道南 5TH AVE. S

9 第四大道南 4TH AVE. S

Visionary, long-term, higher investment options were clearly identified and labeled, and corralled together onto their own boards to limit confusion.

7

5

PARKS & GATEWAYS DESIGN

1

TS EX

8

聯合車站

Replace roof with tensile fabric 用彈性材料代替屋頂

2

Move existing shelters adjacent to building facade 把現有的車閘靠近建築立面

4

4

UNION STATION

張力天幕 細節 TENSILE LUGSAILS DETAIL

1

3

2

Plaza overhead fabric design (shade element only) 編織設計懸掛廣場 Metro bus shelter 車站

Gound Level 地面區域

張力天幕第五街廣場 TENSILE LUGSAILS PLAZA ON 5TH

6

唐人街門

3

CHINATOWN GATE

4

Expanded stairs & plaza 擴大的台階&廣場

5

Widen crosswalks 擴大的穿行區域

6

Moveable table and chairs 可移動桌椅

Plantings 種植 南金恩街 S KING ST.

7

金恩街車站 (AMTRAK)

KING ST. STATION

Planted lid green wall 綠化種植墻

Activation & Lighting 激活&燈光

2

N

張力天幕 車站入口 TENSILE LUGSAILS STATION ENTRY

Participants engaged in both narrative (oral and written) forms, with interpreters available on site to indicate their likes and dislikes, areas of concern and hidden opportunities.

張力天幕 中國城門 TENSILE LUGSAILS CHINATOWN GATE

JACKSON HUB

JACKSON HUB

VIEW LOCATION

‚BEFORE‘

Public Art 公共藝術 (to be designed and installed by artist)

張力天幕 平面分析圖 TENSILE LUGSAILS PLAN DIAGRAM

杰克遜 中心

JACKSON HUB

威拿街橋 WELLER ST. BRIDGE

社區意見 公眾意見會話2

社區意見 公眾意見會話2

COMMUNITY INPUT PUBLIC INPUT SESSION 2

公眾意見會話2: 天光山牆

PUBLIC INPUT SESSION 2: SKYLIT GABLES

Line of Bike Racks 線性自行車架

9 1

JACKSON HUB

杰克遜 中心

COMMUNITY INPUT PUBLIC INPUT SESSION 2

In addition to narrative forms, community members had the option of selecting elements they liked with visual preference cards.

1

8

公眾意見會話2: 天光山牆

PUBLIC INPUT SESSION 2: SKYLIT GABLES

SKYLIT GABLES 4TH & JACKSON 天光山牆 第四街&傑克遜

SKYLIT GABLES MAIN ENTRY 天光山牆 主入口

NE CORNER OF THE INTERSECTION OF S. JACKSON ST. AND 4TH

LOCATION:

OPEN TO BELOW

BENCHMARK "C" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION: LOCATION:

BENCHMARK "D" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION: LOCATION:

VIEW LOCATION

‚BEFORE‘

AVENUE S.

41.16 FT NE BOLT BOLT LIGHT POLE "504" BASE STATION EAST SIDE 4TH AVENUE S. IN FRONT OF E. ENTRANCE TO KING ST. S. GARAGE/CONDO BUILDING 550 4TH AVE.

45.57 FT WHEEL CHAIR SCRIBED SQUARE IN EASTERLY TOP OF WING TOP BACK OF NORTHERLY

RAMP

NE CORNER IF THE "T" INTERSECTION OF 5TH AVENUE S. AND S.

STREET

WELLER

SOUND TRANSIT

SKYLIT GABLES 天光山墻

Estimated number of engagements at the second public event was 50-75. This feedback was supplemented with input given at meetings with key stakeholders, presentations to the Pioneer Square Historic Preservation Board and the Chinatown International Special Review District Board.

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天光山牆 第五街廣場 SKYLIT GABLES PLAZA ON 5TH

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金恩街車站 (AMTRAK)

KING ST. STATION

CHINATOWN GATE

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天光山牆 中國城門 SKYLIT GABLES CHINATOWN GATE

Enhanced bus shelter 提升車站遮蔽

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Remove wall & widen stairs 移除矮墻增寬台階

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No parking zone/ emergency vehicle only 無停車區域,僅限緊急車輛

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Pedestrian path 行人區域

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Moveable table and chairs 可移動的桌椅

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Large planter 寬闊的種植

南金恩街 ST. lid / ‘green wall’ 9 S KING Planted

Activation & Lighting 激活&燈光

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Replace bus stop shelter with weather protection adjacent to buiding 用有天氣防護的車站替換現 有車站

綠化種植墻

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天光山牆 車站入口 SKYLIT GABLES STATION ENTRY

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Replace roofs skylit gables 採光的山墻替換屋頂

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Plantings 種植

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Gound Level 地面區域

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聯合車站

UNION STATION

天光山牆 細節 SKYLIT GABLES DETAIL

第五大道南 5TH AVE. S

南段

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第四大道南 4TH AVE. S

大道

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ONLINE SURVEY

PUBLIC OUTREACH EVENT

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Catenary lighting along key paths of travel 沿著過道的鏈狀照明

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Small groups of bike racks 小組團自行車架

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Staffed information klosk 信息展示板

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天光山牆 平面分析圖 SKYLIT GABLES PLAN DIAGRAM JACKSON HUB

這些頁面上帶有望遠鏡標誌的設計,在3-5年施工時段內 尚無可行性。它們需要更高度的財務和時間投入。

THE DESIGN SHOWN ON THE PAGES MARKED WITH A TELESCOPE ICON ARE NOT FEASIBLE FOR A 3-5 YEAR CONSTRUCTION TIMELINE. THEY WOULD REQUIRE HIGHER LEVELS OF FINANCIAL AND TIME INVESTMENTS.

‚BEFORE‘

GLASS PLANES 4TH & JACKSON 張力天幕 第四街&傑克遜

杰克遜 中心

JACKSON HUB

威拿街橋 WELLER ST. BRIDGE

社區意見 公眾意見會話2

公眾意見會話2: PUBLIC INPUT SESSION 2: GLASS PLANES GLASS PLANES

VIEW LOCATION

JACKSON HUB

杰克遜 中心

JACKSON HUB

COMMUNITY INPUT PUBLIC INPUT SESSION 2

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KEY STAKEHOLDER INTERVIEW

Weather 西雅圖街車站Protection 天氣防護

積臣街 S JACKSON ST.

PARKS & GATEWAYS DESIGN

WELLER街橋[KPFF] WELLER STREET BRIDGE [KPFF]

社區意見 公眾意見會話2

COMMUNITY INPUT PUBLIC INPUT SESSION 2

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公眾意見會話2: 玻璃平面

PUBLIC INPUT SESSION 2: GLASS PLANES

這些頁面上帶有望遠鏡標誌的設計,在3-5年施工時段內 尚無可行性。它們需要更高度的財務和時間投入。

THE DESIGN SHOWN ON THE PAGES MARKED WITH A TELESCOPE ICON ARE NOT FEASIBLE FOR A 3-5 YEAR CONSTRUCTION TIMELINE. THEY WOULD REQUIRE HIGHER LEVELS OF FINANCIAL AND TIME INVESTMENTS.

VIEW LOCATION

‚BEFORE‘

GLASS PLANES MAIN ENTRY 玻璃平面 主入口

NE CORNER OF THE INTERSECTION OF S. JACKSON ST. AND 4TH

LOCATION:

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BENCHMARK "C" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION: LOCATION:

BENCHMARK "D" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION: LOCATION:

AVENUE S.

41.16 FT NE BOLT BOLT LIGHT POLE "504" BASE STATION EAST SIDE 4TH AVENUE S. IN FRONT OF E. ENTRANCE TO KING ST. S. GARAGE/CONDO BUILDING 550 4TH AVE.

45.57 FT WHEEL CHAIR SCRIBED SQUARE IN EASTERLY TOP OF WING TOP BACK OF NORTHERLY RAMP

NE CORNER IF THE "T" INTERSECTION OF 5TH AVENUE S. AND S.

STREET

WELLER

西雅圖街車站

積臣街 S JACKSON ST.

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GLASS PLANES 玻璃平面

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Weather Protection 天氣防護

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聯合車站

UNION STATION

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南段

PARKS & GATEWAYS DESIGN

第四大道南 4TH AVE. S

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SOUND TRANSIT

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Large glass roofs 大面積玻璃屋頂

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Enhanced bus shelters 提升車站遮蔽

Gound Level 地面區域 3

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Grand plaza 擴大廣場

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Tabled crosswalks 墊高人行道

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Pedestrian safe lid over bridge 填充屋頂供行人使用

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Signaled crosswalk 信號化人行道

Plantings 種植 7

玻璃平面 細節 GLASS PLANES DETAIL

玻璃平面 第五街廣場 GLASS PLANES PLAZA ON 5TH

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唐人街門

CHINATOWN GATE

金恩街車站 (AMTRAK)

KING ST. STATION

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Expanded public realm over tracks 擴大公共區域

Bicycle parking covered 自行車停車提供遮蔽

南金恩街 S KING ST.

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Allee Bamboo 竹子景觀

Activation & Lighting 激活&燈光

Uplighting along key paths of travel 關鍵穿行區域頂部照明

OPEN TO BELOW

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玻璃平面 車站入口 GLASS PLANES STATION ENTRY

玻璃平面 中國城門 GLASS PLANES CHINATOWN GATE

JACKSON HUB

JACKSON HUB

COMMUNITY INPUT PUBLIC INPUT SESSION 2

杰克遜 中心

社區意見 公眾意見會話2

玻璃平面 平面分析圖 GLASS PLANES PLAN DIAGRAM JACKSON HUB

威拿街橋 WELLER ST. BRIDGE

JACKSON HUB

COMMUNITY INPUT PUBLIC INPUT SESSION 2

杰克遜 中心

社區意見 公眾意見會話2


Remove excess columns 移除多餘柱子

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威拿街橋 WELLER ST. BRIDGE

DESIGN APPROACH PLAN COMMUNITY設計路線平面 ENGAGEMENT FINDINGS

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BENCHMARK "C" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION: LOCATION:

BENCHMARK "C" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION: LOCATION:

PICK OUT WHAT YOU LIKE! 挑挑挑選你喜歡的

BENCHMARK "D" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION:

NE CORNER IF THE "T" INTERSECTION OF 5TH AVENUE S. AND S.

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BENCHMARK "C" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION: LOCATION:

AVENUE S.

41.16 FT NE BOLT BOLT LIGHT POLE "504" BASE STATION EAST SIDE 4TH AVENUE S. IN FRONT OF E. ENTRANCE TO KING ST. S. GARAGE/CONDO BUILDING 550 4TH AVE.

45.57 FT WHEEL CHAIR SCRIBED SQUARE IN EASTERLY TOP OF WING TOP BACK OF NORTHERLY RAMP

LOCATION:

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NE CORNER IF THE "T" INTERSECTION OF 5TH AVENUE S. AND S.

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Replace roof with tensile fabric 用彈性材料代替屋頂

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Move existing shelters adjacent to building facade 把現有的車閘靠近建築立面

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Plaza overhead fabric design (shade element only) 編織設計懸掛廣場

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BENCHMARK "D" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION:

AVENUE S. NE CORNER OF THE INTERSECTION OF S. JACKSON ST. AND 4TH

LOCATION: 41.16 FT BENCHMARK "C" NE BOLT BOLT LIGHT POLE "504" BASE STATION EAST SIDE 4TH AVENUE S. IN FRONT OF E. ENTRANCE TO KING ST.ELEVATION: S. DESCRIPTION: GARAGE/CONDO BUILDING 550 4TH AVE. LOCATION:

RAMP

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45.57 FT STREETSQUARE IN EASTERLY TOP OF WING TOP BACK OF NORTHERLY WHEEL CHAIR SCRIBED RAMP

LOCATION:

NE CORNER IF THE "T" INTERSECTION OF 5TH AVENUE S. AND S.

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CHINATOWN GATE

西雅圖街車站

積臣街 S JACKSON ST.

CURRENT 現狀

Circulation 流線

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Building Entry 建築入口

BENCHMARK "D" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION:

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CHINATOWN GATE

Concrete Wall 混凝土墻

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Concrete Planter 混凝土種植盆

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Narrow Sidewalk at Transit Entry 狹窄的地鐵入口過道

KING ST. STATION

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BENCHMARK "C" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION: LOCATION:

LOCATION:

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STREET

WELLER

NE CORNER IF THE "T" INTERSECTION OF 5TH AVENUE S. AND S.

WELLER

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STREET

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金恩街車站 (AMTRAK)

KING ST. STATION

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玻璃平面 GLASS PLANES

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玻璃平面 GLASS PLANES

玻璃平面TO GLASS PLANES

玻璃平面 GLASS

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Bicycle parking covered

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Uplighting along key paths of travel 關鍵穿行區域頂部照明

玻璃平面 GLASS PLANES 自行車停車提供遮蔽

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玻璃平面 GLASS PLANES

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Uplighting along key paths of travel 關鍵穿行區域頂部照明 金恩街車站 (AMTRAK)

KING ST. STATION

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天光山牆 SKYLIT GABLES

天光山牆 SKYLIT 3 GABLES

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天光山牆 SKYLIT GABLES

Large glass roofs 大面積玻璃屋頂

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Tabled crosswalks 墊高人行道 Pedestrian safe lid over bridge 填充屋頂供行人使用 OPEN

TO OPENBELOW TO BELOW

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Allee Bamboo 竹子景觀

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Expanded public realm over tracks 擴大公共區域

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天光山牆

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Replace bus stop shelter with weather protection adjacent OPEN to buiding TO 10 BELOW 1 1 用有天氣防護的車站替換現 有車站

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OPEN Enhanced bus shelter TO BELOW 提升車站遮蔽

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採光的山墻替換屋頂

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Remove wall & widen stairs 10 11 移除矮墻增寬台階

天光山牆

Enhanced bus shelter 提升車站遮蔽

Gound Level 地面區域 4

NE CORNER OF THE INTERSECTION OF S. JACKSON ST. AND 4TH

Remove wall & widen stairs BENCHMARK "C" 41.16 FT ELEVATION: 移除矮墻增寬台階 NE BOLT BOLT LIGHT POLE "504" BASE DESCRIPTION: LOCATION:

EAST SIDE 4TH AVENUE S. IN FRONT OF E. ENTRANCE TO KING ST. S. 4TH AVE.

LOCATION:

Catenary lighting key information paths 12 along Staffed klosk of travel 信息展示板 沿著過道的鏈狀照明

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Small groups of bike racks 小組團自行車架

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Staffed information klosk 信息展示板

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Pedestrian path 行人區域

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LOCATION:

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Moveable table and chairs 可移動的桌椅

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Large planter 寬闊的種植

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Planted lid / ‘green roof’ 綠化種植屋頂

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Catenary lighting along key paths of travel 沿著過道的鏈狀照明 Small groups of bike racks 小組團自行車架

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Staffed information klosk 信息展示板

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Small groups of bike racks 小組團自行車架

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Staffed information klosk 信息展示板

JACKSON HUB

COMMUNITY INPUT PUBLIC INPUT SESSION 2

COMMUNITY INPUT PUBLIC INPUT SESSION 2

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Remove wall & wid 移除矮墻增寬台階

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No parking zone/ e vehicle only 無停車區域,僅限緊

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Pedestrian path 行人區域

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Moveable table and 可移動的桌椅

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Large planter 寬闊的

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Planted lid / ‘green 綠化種植屋頂

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Catenary lighting a of travel 沿著過道的鏈狀照

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Small groups of bik 小組團自行車架

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Staffed information 信息展示板

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天光山牆 SKYLIT GABLES

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杰克遜 中心 2

社區意見 公眾意見會話2

A RANGE OF DESIGNS WERE SHARED WITH THE COMMUNITY WITH A MIX OF LONG-TERM VISIONARY AND WE CAN DO THIS NOW OPTIONS. PHOTOS: At the public event there were multiple preliminary concepts presented that each hosted a range of different design options. Community members had options to provide verbal, written, or visual responses to the design options.

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JACKSON HUB

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Replace bus stop sh 7 weather protection to buiding Acti 用有天氣防護的車 有車站

Plantings 種植

STATION

GARAGE/CONDO BUILDING 550 No parking zone/ emergency BENCHMARK "D" vehicle only 45.57 FT ELEVATION: WHEEL CHAIR SCRIBED SQUARE IN EASTERLY TOP OF WING TOP BACK OF NORTHERLY DESCRIPTION: RAMP 無停車區域, 僅限緊急車輛 WELLER NE CORNER IF THE "T" INTERSECTION OF 5TH AVENUE S. AND S.

Plantings 種植

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Large planter 寬闊的種植 10 Catenary lighting along key paths of travel Planted lid / ‘green roof’ 沿著過道的鏈狀照明 綠化種植屋頂

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Replace roofs skylit 採光的山墻替換屋

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Moveable table and chairs 9 Planted lid / ‘green roof’ 可移動的桌椅 綠化種植屋頂

11 Small groups of bike racks Activation & Lighting 激活&燈光 小組團自行車架 天光山牆 SKYLIT GABLES

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Replace bus stop shelter with 10 weather protection adjacent 3 to buiding

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No parking zone/ emergency vehicle only 7 11 無停車區域, 僅限緊急車輛

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Replace roofs skylit gables 採光的山墻替換屋頂

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用有天氣防護的車站替換現 有車站

12 6 Pedestrian path 天光山牆 SKYLIT GABLES 行人區域

path 10 6widenPedestrian Remove wall &OPEN stairs 行人區域 TO 1 1 移除矮墻增寬台階 BELOW 7 Moveable table and chairs No parking zone/ emergency 可移動的桌椅 vehicle only 11 僅限緊急車輛 11 無停車區域,

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Gound Level 地面區域 ‚BEFORE‘

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SKYLIT GABLES 天光山墻

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weather protection adjacent 7 Moveable table and chairs 可移動的桌椅 N 10 2 用有天氣防護的車站替換現 OPEN TO Replace roofs11 skylit gables 1 1 有車站 BELOW N 採光的山墻替換屋頂 Plantings 種植 3 Enhanced bus shelter 11 11 提升車站遮蔽 with 8 Large 2 Replace bus stop shelter 9 planter 寬闊的種植 CHINATOWN GATE 4 weather protection adjacent OPEN OPEN 9 TO Planted lid / ‘green roof’ TO 7 to buiding BELOW 天光山牆 BELOW 11 綠化種植屋頂 用有天氣防護的車站替換現 Gound Level 地面區域 有車站 12 4 Remove wall & widen stairs Activation & Lighting 激活&燈光 Enhanced busGABLES shelter 天光山牆 SKYLIT 天光山牆 SKYLIT GABLES HUB 3 JACKSON 移除矮墻增寬台階 提升車站遮蔽 10 Catenary lighting along key paths JACKSON HUB 5 No parking zone/ emergency of travel vehicle only 沿著過道的鏈狀照明 無停車區域,僅限緊急車輛 Gound Level 地面區域

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Uplighting along key paths of travel OPEN 關鍵穿行區域頂部照明 TO

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金恩街車站 (AMTRAK)

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Weather Protection

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Weather Protection to 天氣防護 buiding

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天光山牆 SKYLIT GABLES

BELOW Activation & Lighting 激活&燈光

JACKSON HUB

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TO BELOW Signaled crosswalk 信號化人行道

Plantings 種植

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NE CORNER IF THE "T" INTERSECTION OF 5TH AVENUE S. AND S.

Weather Protection 天氣防護

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UNION STATION

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Grand plaza 擴大廣場

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天光山牆 SKYLIT GABLES

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天光山牆 SKYLIT GABLES OPEN

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聯合車站 6

Enhanced bus shelters 提升車站遮蔽 11

Gound Level 地面區域

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SKYLIT GABLES 天光山墻

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RAMP

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bus stop shelter with 2 Replace SKYLIT GABLES 天光山墻

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積臣街 S JACKSON ST.

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NE CORNER IF THE "T" INTERSECTION OF 5TH AVENUE S. AND S.

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SKYLIT GABLES 5

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45.57 FT WHEEL CHAIR SCRIBED SQUARE IN EASTERLY TOP OF WING TOP BACK OF NORTHERLY

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45.57 FT WHEEL CHAIR SCRIBED SQUARE IN EASTERLY TOP OF WING TOP BACK OF NORTHERLY RAMP

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41.16 FT NE BOLT BOLT LIGHT POLE "504" BASE STATION EAST SIDE 4TH AVENUE S. IN FRONT OF E. ENTRANCE TO KING ST. S. GARAGE/CONDO BUILDING 550 4TH AVE.

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AVENUE S.

41.16 FT NE BOLT BOLT LIGHT POLE "504" BASE STATION EAST SIDE 4TH AVENUE S. IN FRONT OF E. ENTRANCE TO KING ST. S. GARAGE/CONDO BUILDING 550 4TH AVE.

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AVENUE S.

Bicycle parking covered 自行車停車提供遮蔽

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玻璃平面 GLASS PLANES

自行車停車提供遮蔽 Bicycle parking covered 10 Uplighting along key paths 自行車停車提供遮蔽 of travel Uplighting along key paths 關鍵穿行區域頂部照明 of travel 關鍵穿行區域頂部照明

玻璃平面 GLASS PLANES

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Plantings 種植 OPEN TO 1 Bamboo 竹子景觀 7 BELOW Allee

Allee Bamboo 竹子景觀 8 Expanded public realm over tracks 擴大公共區域 玻璃平面 GLASS Expanded public realm over PLANES tracks 擴大公共區域 Activation & Lighting 激活&燈光

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Signaled crosswalk 信號化人行道

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社區意見 公眾意見會話2

Activation & Lighting 激活&燈光

BENCHMARK "D" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION:

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NE CORNER OF THE INTERSECTION OF S. JACKSON ST. AND 4TH

BENCHMARK "D" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION:

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BENCHMARK "C" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION: LOCATION:

天光山牆

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Expanded public realm over tracks 擴大公共區域

NE CORNER OF THE INTERSECTION OF S. JACKSON ST. AND 4TH

LOCATION:

NE CORNER IF THE "T" INTERSECTION OF 5TH AVENUE S. AND S.

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BENCHMARK "C" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION: LOCATION:

天光山牆

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AVENUE S.

45.57 FT WHEEL CHAIR SCRIBED SQUARE IN EASTERLY TOP OF WING TOP BACK OF NORTHERLY RAMP

LOCATION:

Public Art 公共藝術 9 Public Art 公共藝術 (to 張力天幕 be designedTENSILE and installedLUGSAILS by artist) (to be designed and installed by artist)

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41.16 FT NE BOLT BOLT LIGHT POLE "504" BASE STATION EAST SIDE 4TH AVENUE S. IN FRONT OF E. ENTRANCE TO KING ST. S. GARAGE/CONDO BUILDING 550 4TH AVE.

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1

2

VIEW LOCATION ‚BEFORE‘ Line of Bike Racks 線性自行車架 8 Line of Bike Racks 線性自行車架

9

1

1

STREET

WELLER

Public Art 公共藝術 (to be designed and installed by artist)

9

9

TS EX

10

玻璃平面 GLASSOPEN PLANES TO OPEN TO BELOW

1

8

OPEN

E.

CHINATOWN GATE

Allee Bamboo 竹子景觀

‚BEFORE‘

OPEN TO BELOW

OPEN TO BELOW

積臣街 S JACKSON ST.

STREET

Uplighting along key paths of travel 關鍵穿行區域頂部照明

OPEN TO BELOW

Signaled crosswalk 信號化人行道

Allee Bamboo 竹子景觀

BENCHMARK "C" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION: LOCATION:

ELEVATION: OPEN DESCRIPTION: TOLOCATION: BELOW

OPEN

Planted lid green wall 綠化種植墻 TO TO 7 Planted lid green wall 綠化種植墻 BELOW BELOW

TEN 張力

Weat

AVENUE S.

NE CORNER IF THE "T" INTERSECTION OF 5TH AVENUE S. AND S.

Line of Bike Racks 線性自行車架

D AV

10 10

2

玻璃平面 GLASS PLANES

2

N

填充屋頂供行人使用

BELOW擴大公共區域

Tabled crosswalks 墊高人行道 5 Pedestrian safe lid over bridge 填充屋頂供行人使用 Pedestrian safe lid over bridge 6 Signaled crosswalk 信號化人行道 填充屋頂供行人使用

Activation & Lighting 9 激活&燈光 Bicycle parking covered 9

Tabled crosswalks 墊高人行道

2 6

Bicycle parking covered 自行車停車提供遮蔽

7

1

NE CORNER OF THE INTERSECTION OF S. JACKSON ST. AND 4TH

LOCATION:

天光山牆

Signaled crosswalk 信號化人行道

STREET

WELLER

Public Art 公共藝術 (to be designed and installed by artist)

4

張力天幕 TENSILE LUGSAILS

AVENUE S.

Plantings 種植

NE CORNER IF THE "T" INTERSECTION OF 5TH AVENUE S. AND S.

Line of Bike Racks 線性自行車架

9

Activation & Lighting 激活&燈光 8

45.57 FT WHEEL CHAIR SCRIBED SQUARE IN EASTERLY TOP OF WING TOP BACK OF NORTHERLY

Planted lid green wall 綠化種植墻

8

45.57 FT WHEEL CHAIR SCRIBED SQUARE IN EASTERLY TOP OF WING TOP BACK OF NORTHERLY

41.16 FT NE BOLT BOLT LIGHT POLE "504" BASE STATION EAST SIDE 4TH AVENUE S. IN FRONT OF E. ENTRANCE TO KING ST. S. GARAGE/CONDO BUILDING 550 4TH AVE.

RAMP

Moveable table and chairs 可移動桌椅

7

Planted lid green wall 綠化種植墻

7

6 STREET

WELLER

41.16 FT NE BOLT BOLT LIGHT POLE "504" BASE STATION EAST SIDE 4TH AVENUE S. IN FRONT OF E. ENTRANCE TO KING ST. S. GARAGE/CONDO BUILDING 550 4TH AVE.

RAMP

LOCATION:

Moveable table and chairs 可移動桌椅

2N

9

8

唐人街門

Grand plaza 擴大廣場 4 Tabled crosswalks 墊高人行道

Plantings 種植 7

Activation & Lighting 激活&燈光 9

2

Tabled crosswalks 墊高人行道 Pedestrian safe lid over bridge 填充屋頂供行人使用

Activation & Lighting 激活&燈光

Expanded public realm over tracks 擴大公共區域

10

Grand plaza 擴大廣場

4

LOCATION:

8

1

NE CORNER OF THE INTERSECTION OF S. JACKSON ST. AND 4TH

BENCHMARK "D" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION:

BENCHMARK "C" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION: LOCATION:

BENCHMARK "D" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION:

Widen crosswalks 擴大的穿行區域

Plantings 種植

NE CORNER OF THE INTERSECTION OF S. JACKSON ST. AND 4TH

LOCATION:

Plantings 種植

Expanded stairs & plaza 擴大的台階&廣場

Activation & Lighting 激活&燈光 Activation & Lighting 激活&燈光

張力天幕 TENSILE LUGSAILS

1

5 6

AVENUE S.

WELLER

Enhanced bus shelters

3

Allee Bamboo 竹子景觀

NE CORNER IF THE "T" INTERSECTION OF 5TH AVENUE S. AND S.

Large glass roofs 大面積玻璃屋頂

2

Plantings 種植 ‚BEFORE‘

45.57 FT WHEEL CHAIR SCRIBED SQUARE IN EASTERLY TOP OF WING TOP BACK OF NORTHERLY

6

‚BEFORE‘

5 Widen crosswalks 張力天幕 TENSILE 擴大的穿行區域 LUGSAILS Moveable table and chairs 1 6 Moveable1table and chairs 可移動桌椅 可移動桌椅

BENCHMARK "C" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION: LOCATION:

Widen crosswalks 擴大的穿行區域

南段

9 PLANES 玻璃平面 GLASS

6

8 RAMP

LOCATION:

Plantings 種植 7

擴大的台階&廣場

大道

8

NE CORNER IF THE "T" INTERSECTION OF 5TH AVENUE S. AND S.

Expanded stairs & plaza 擴大的台階&廣場

5

1

第二

玻璃平面 GLASS PLANES

4 5

LOCATION:

4

第四大道南 4TH AVE. S

2

BENCHMARK "D" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION:

VIEW LOCATION

Grand plaza 擴大廣場

4 5 Expanded public realm over tracks 8OPEN TO

TS EX

7

2

N OPEN TO BELOW

Gound Level 地面區域

玻璃平面 GLASS PLANES Gound Level 地面區域 3 Grand plaza 擴大廣場

10 3

OPEN TO BELOW

Enhanced bus shelters 提升車站遮蔽

3

7

E.

BELOW

2

8

45.57 FT WHEEL CHAIR SCRIBED SQUARE IN EASTERLY TOP OF WING TOP BACK OF NORTHERLY RAMP

LOCATION:

4

天光山牆

5

張力天幕 TENSILE LUGSAILS

Widen crosswalks 擴大的穿行區域

6

2

‚BEFORE‘

2 Level 地面區域2 Gound

41.16 FT NE BOLT BOLT LIGHT POLE "504" BASE STATION EAST SIDE 4TH AVENUE S. IN FRONT OF E. ENTRANCE TO KING ST. S. GARAGE/CONDO BUILDING 550 4TH AVE.

Plantings 種植

D AV

OPEN 1 玻璃平面 GLASS PLANES TO

2

Large glass roofs 大面積玻璃屋頂 2 Enhanced bus shelters 9 提升車站遮蔽 Enhanced bus shelters 提升車站遮蔽

2N

OPEN TO BELOW

1

南段

2 璃平面 GLASS PLANES 玻璃平面 玻

1

Weather Protection1天氣防護 Large glass roofs8大面積玻璃屋頂

大道

OPEN TO BELOW

2

2

2

第二

第五大道南 5TH AVE. S

第四大道南 4TH AVE. S

8

7

OPEN TO BELOW

杰克遜 中心

2

3

OPEN TO BELOW

8

N

3

OPEN TO BELOW

2

9

NE CORNER OF THE INTERSECTION OF S. JACKSON ST. AND 4TH

7

1

Expanded stairs & plaza 4 擴大的台階&廣場

5

6

張力天幕 TENSILE LUGSAILS

第五大道南 5TH AVE. S

4

5 4

5 OPEN TO BELOW

N

7

Large glass roofs 大面積玻璃屋頂

BENCHMARK "C" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION: LOCATION:

1 玻璃平面 GLASS PLANES 5 Pedestrian safe lid over bridge

OPEN

BELOW

2

1

LOCATION:

10 Gound Level 地面區域 10

OPEN TO BELOW

8 GLASS PLANES 玻璃平面 N GLASS PLANESWeather 玻璃平面 Protection 天氣防護

積臣街 S JACKSON ST.

9

4

BELOW

Metro bus shelter 車站

4

第五大道南 5TH AVE. S

WELLER

45.57 FT WHEEL CHAIR SCRIBED SQUARE IN EASTERLY TOP OF WING TOP BACK OF NORTHERLY RAMP

Weather Protection 天氣防護

OPEN TO BELOW

8

OPEN TO BELOW

提升車站遮蔽 張力天幕 TENSILE LUGSAILS

第四大道南 4TH AVE. S

NE CORNER IF THE "T" INTERSECTION OF 5TH AVENUE S. AND S.

8

S XT

OPEN TO BELOW

2

3 STREET

OPEN TO Plantings 種植 BELOW

4

3 4

Weather Protection 天氣防護

Signaled crosswalk 信號化人行道

6

1

6

N

5 Pedestrian safe lid over bridge VIEW LOCATION 填充屋頂供行人使用

2

1

3 積臣街 S JACKSON ST. 3 天光山牆

OPEN TO BELOW

2

Grand plaza 擴大廣場 Tabled crosswalks 墊高人行道

8

張力天幕 TENSILE LUGSAILS

N

Enhanced bus shelters 提升車站遮蔽

7

3 4

2

VIEWPLANES LOCATION GLASS 玻璃平面

Large glass roofs 大面積玻璃屋頂

1

1

6 Move existing shelters adjacent 2 Move existing shelters adjacent to building facade to building facade 把現有的車閘靠近建築立面 張力天幕 TENSILE 把現有的車閘靠近建築立面 LUGSAILS Plaza overhead fabric design VIEW LOCATION 3 Plaza overhead fabric design (shade element only) (shade element only) 編織設計懸掛廣場 編織設計懸掛廣場 3 Metro bus shelter 4 Metro bus shelter 車站 車站

4

Weather Protection 天氣防護

Gound Level 地面區域

OPEN TO BELOW

.E

4

45.57 FT WHEEL CHAIR SCRIBED SQUARE IN EASTERLY TOP OF WING TOP BACK OF NORTHERLY

RAMP

OPEN TO

1

2

Gound Level 地面區域 Gound Level 地面區域

GLASS PLANES 玻璃平面 BELOW

2

OPEN TO BELOW

1

OPEN TO BELOW

7 GLASS PLANES 玻璃平面

AVENUE S.

41.16 FT NE BOLT BOLT LIGHT POLE "504" BASE STATION EAST SIDE 4TH AVENUE S. IN FRONT OF E. ENTRANCE TO KING ST. S. GARAGE/CONDO BUILDING 550 4TH AVE.

5

N

2

3

2

VE DA

LOCATION:

OPEN TO BELOW

1

2N

BENCHMARK "D" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION:

BENCHMARK "D" 41.16 FT ELEVATION: NE BOLT BOLT LIGHT POLE "504" BASE ST. STATION DESCRIPTION: EAST SIDE 4TH AVENUE S. IN FRONT OF E. ENTRANCE TO KING S. GARAGE/CONDO BUILDING 550 4TH AVE. LOCATION:

2

BENCHMARK "C" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION: LOCATION:

4

5

NE CORNER

LOCATION:

PLANES

STREET

WELLER

2

PARKS & GATEWAYS DESIGN NE CORNER OF THE INTERSECTION OF S. JACKSON ST. AND 4TH

NE CORNER IF THE "T" INTERSECTION OF 5TH AVENUE S. AND S.

3

NE CORNER IF THE "T" INTERSECTION OF 5TH AVENUE S. AND S.

AVENUE S.

45.57 FT WHEEL CHAIR SCRIBED SQUARE IN EASTERLY TOP OF WING TOP BACK OF NORTHERLY

OPEN TO BELOW

2

45.57 FT WHEEL CHAIR SCRIBED SQUARE IN EASTERLY TOP OF WING TOP BACK OF NORTHERLY RAMP

STREET

WELLER

LOCATION:

AVENUE S.

41.16 FT NE BOLT BOLT LIGHT POLE "504" BASE STATION EAST SIDE 4TH AVENUE S. IN FRONT OF E. ENTRANCE TO KING ST. S. GARAGE/CONDO BUILDING 550 4TH AVE.

BENCHMARK "D" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION:

NE CORNER IF THE "T" INTERSECTION OF 5TH AVENUE S. AND S.

41.16 FT NE BOLT BOLT LIGHT POLE "504" BASE STATION EAST SIDE 4TH AVENUE S. IN FRONT OF E. ENTRANCE TO KING ST. S. GARAGE/CONDO BUILDING 550 4TH AVE.

RAMP

4

5 NE CORNER OF THE INTERSECTION OF S. JACKSON ST. AND 4TH

BENCHMARK "C" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION: LOCATION:

NE CORNER OF THE INTERSECTION OF S. JACKSON ST. AND 4TH

LOCATION:

OPEN TO BELOW

BENCHMARK "D" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION:

LOCATION:

45.57 FT WHEEL CHAIR SCRIBED SQUARE IN EASTERLY TOP OF WING TOP BACK OF NORTHERLY

RAMP

3

3

B

OPEN TO BELOW

4

Existing Column Locations 現有混凝土柱位置

南金恩街

金恩街車站 (AMTRAK)

COMMUNITY INPUT PUBLIC INPUT SESSION 2

OPEN TO BELOW

唐人街門

Concrete Stage 混凝土平台

2

2

張力天幕 TENSILE LUGSAILS

Replace roof with tensile fabric 1 Replace roof with tensile fabric 用彈性材料代替屋頂 OPEN 用彈性材料代替屋頂 TO

第四大道南 4TH AVE. S

Barriers 障礙物 1

AVENUE S.

41.16 FT NE BOLT BOLT LIGHT POLE "504" BASE STATION EAST SIDE 4TH AVENUE S. IN FRONT OF E. ENTRANCE TO KING ST. S. GARAGE/CONDO BUILDING 550 4TH AVE.

張力天幕 TENSILE LUGSAILS

1

5 Gound Level 地面區域 9 4 Expanded stairs & plaza

Plaza overhead fabric design (shade element only) 編織設計懸掛廣場

公眾意見會話2: 天光山牆

1

Metro bus shelter 車站 7

TS EX

BENCHMARK "C" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION: LOCATION:

LOCATION:

2

NE CORNER OF THE INTERSECTION OF S. JACKSON ST. AND 4TH

LOCATION:

OPEN TO BELOW

公眾意見會話2: 天光山牆 公眾意見會話2: 天光山牆

4

4

4

5

E. D AV 2N

2

4

2

1 1 Weather ProtectionWeather 天氣防護Protection 天氣防護

Move existing shelters adjacent to building facade 把現有的車閘靠近建築立面

3

Activation & Lighting 激活&燈光

Plaza overhead fabric design Publicelement Art 公共藝術 (shade only) 積臣街 (to be designed and installed by artist) 編織設計懸掛廣場

南段

聯合車站

5

9

2

4

3 9

大道

Fire Access Control Panel 消防控制面板 Primary Circulation Path 主要流線路徑

UNION STATION

BENCHMARK "C" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION: 4TH AVENUE S. LOCATION: OF THE INTERSECTION OF S. JACKSON ST. AND

BENCHMARK "D" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION:

3

to building facade

1

TENSILE LUGSAILS TENSILE LUGSAILS 張力天幕 N 張力天幕 8 4

2

N

1

第二

Clear Zones 路側凈區

7

5

5

9

Bus Stops 公交車站

B

F

B

LOCATION:

AVENUE S.

41.16 FT NE BOLT BOLT LIGHT POLE "504" BASE STATION EAST SIDE 4TH AVENUE S. IN FRONT OF E. ENTRANCE TO KING ST. S. GARAGE/CONDO BUILDING 550 4TH AVE.

8 把現有的車閘靠近建築立面 Line of Bike Racks 線性自行車架 張力天幕 TENSILE LUGSAILS

張力天幕 TENSILE LUGSAILS

第五大道南 5TH AVE. S

SOUND TRANSIT

第四大道南 4TH AVE. S

TS EX

B

7

張力天幕 TENSILE

2

第五大道南 5TH AVE. S

E. D AV 2N

第四大道南 4TH AVE. S

F

張力天幕 TENSILE LUGSAILS

積臣街 S JACKSON ST.

STREETCAR STATION

B

天光山牆 SKYLIT GABLES

天光山牆 SKYLIT GABLES

OPEN TO BELOW

BENCHMARK "C" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION: LOCATION:

& Lighting 激活&燈光 Move existing shelters adjacent 2Activation 張力天幕 TENSILE LUGSAILS

4

道外提供

NE CORNER OF THE INTERSECTION OF S. JACKSON ST. AND 4TH

LOCATION:

Widen crosswalks

Weather Protection 天氣防護 Plantings 種植 1 Replace roof with tensile fabric 7 用彈性材料代替屋頂 Planted lid green wall 綠化種植墻

唐人街門

3

Replace roof with tensile fabric 用彈性材料代替屋頂

2

Gound Level 地面區域

6

可移動桌椅

STREET

WELLER

5

9

Expanded stairs & plaza 擴大的台階&廣場

1

4

4

TENSILE LUGSAILS 擴大的穿行區域 張力天幕 6 Moveable table and chairs

41.16 FT NE BOLT BOLT LIGHT POLE "504" BASE STATION EAST SIDE 4TH AVENUE S. IN FRONT OF E. ENTRANCE TO KING ST. S. GARAGE/CONDO BUILDING 550 4TH AVE.

45.57 FT CHAIR WHEEL"D" BENCHMARK SCRIBED SQUARE IN EASTERLY TOP OF WING TOP BACK OF NORTHERLY ELEVATION: WELLER NE CORNER IF THE "T" INTERSECTION OF 5TH AVENUE S. AND S. DESCRIPTION:

5

JACKSON HUB

8

公眾意見會話2: 天光山牆

6

AVENUE S.

SOUND TRANSIT

社區意見 公眾意見會話2

1

Metro bus shelter 車站

4

杰克遜 中心

Weather Protection 天氣防護

1

Gound Level 地面區域

NE CORNER OF THE INTERSECTION OF S. JACKSON ST. AND 4TH

BENCHMARK "C" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION: LOCATION:

天光山牆 SKYLIT GABLES

TENSILE LUGSAILS 張力天幕

公眾意見會話 天光山

4 Weather Protection 天氣防護

2

LOCATION:

PARKS & GATEWAYS DESIGN

STREET

WELLER

TENSILE LUGSAILS 張力天幕 4

5

9

NE CORNER OF THE INTERSECTION OF S. JACKSON ST. AND 4TH

LOCATION:

BENCHMARK "D" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION:

NE CORNER IF THE "T" INTERSECTION OF 5TH AVENUE S. AND S.

STREET

WELLER

5

7

45.57 FT WHEEL CHAIR SCRIBED SQUARE IN EASTERLY TOP OF WING TOP BACK OF NORTHERLY

RAMP

LOCATION:

45.57 FT WHEEL CHAIR SCRIBED SQUARE IN EASTERLY TOP OF WING TOP BACK OF NORTHERLY

RAMP

LOCATION:

5

AVENUE S.

41.16 FT NE BOLT BOLT LIGHT POLE "504" BASE STATION EAST SIDE 4TH AVENUE S. IN FRONT OF E. ENTRANCE TO KING ST. S. GARAGE/CONDO BUILDING 550 4TH AVE.

AVENUE S.

41.16 FT NE BOLT BOLT LIGHT POLE "504" BASE STATION EAST SIDE 4TH AVENUE S. IN FRONT OF E. ENTRANCE TO KING ST. S. GARAGE/CONDO BUILDING 550 4TH AVE.

BENCHMARK "D" ELEVATION: DESCRIPTION:

段 南 道 大 二 第

ETHER TSIDE

NE CORNER OF THE INTERSECTION OF S. JACKSON ST. AND 4TH

LOCATION:

NE CORNER OF THE INTERSECTION OF S. JACKSON ST. AND 4TH

LOCATION:

天光山牆

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COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT FINDINGS FINDINGS The preliminary input from the public event made clear a preference for a long-term Jackson Hub that is visionary and iconic. The following four were identified as preferences (listed in no particular order):

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Open to Below Triangle on 4th Avenue S. and S. Jackson Street There is a portion of the bridge that spans the intersection of 4th Avenue S. and S. Jackson Street that is open air to the BNSF rail lines below. This is located on a pedestrian island in the street. This open to below space can be used to improve the pedestrian experience by partially filling it with plantings and vegetation. This can be accomplished through the use of a lightweight “green roof” structure. The structure will be designed for low growing plants so that it is lighter weight. South Side of Union Station Adding a stairway at the south side of Union Station will create a safer space as it eliminates a pedestrian dead end and allows pedestrians to make more direct transit connections at night. A crosswalk with signal lighting will better connect S. King Street to Sounder trains and the stadiums. 5th Avenue Plaza Overhead art elements on 5th Avenue plaza were identified as a preference by community members. The Pioneer Square Preservation Board raised concerns about negatively impacting sight lines to historic architecture and requested the overhead art be placed in the corridor at the south of Union Station as an alternative.

Bicycle Parking Consolidated bicycle parking in the 5th Avenue S. Plaza was preferred over alternative options and locations. The Working Group and SDOT requested ground racks nearby in addition to stacked options for those who have trouble lifting their bicycles. Roof Structure at Light Rail Entries Public preference for the Glass Planes roof that would require a higher level of effort and investment was clear. Near-term solutions that allow for minimal rebuilding of existing structures will allow for a Light Rail transit station redesign in the next 5-10 years. High Quality Bus Shelters No preference was given for a standard Metro Bus shelter compared to a customized version. This question was brought before the Jackson Hub Working Group where there was a strong preference for a customized bus shelter. No Parking on Union Station Plaza Feedback from public outreach and Working Group strongly disapproved of any parking on Union Station Plaza as it further exacerbated an already challenging pedestrian experience.

TOP PRIORITIES 優先事項 TOP PRIORITY

SAFETY (VEHICULAR) 安全(車輛) TOP PRIORITY

SAFE & COMFORTABLE 安全與舒適 CLEAR WAYFINDING 清楚指路 PEDESTRIAN LIGHTING 行人照明 LANDSCAPE / VEGETATION 景觀植栽 WEATHER PROTECTION 天氣防護 BICYCLE PARKING 自行車停放

OPEN SPACE ONLINE SURVEY

KEY STAKEHOLDER INTERVIEW

MICRO-RETAIL

PUBLIC OUTREACH EVENT


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DESIGN OPTIONS

The following charts show different options that people liked or specifically disliked. Additional options that did not elicit a like or dislike are not included in these charts.

PLANTING WITH ART

PLANTING PEDESTRIAN LID / PARK

TRIANGLE ON 4TH AVE. S. & S. JACKSON ST. (OPEN TO BELOW)

TENSILE LUGSAIL ROOF

SKYLIT GABLES ROOF

SKYLIT GABLES ROOF

GLASS PLANES ROOF

ROOF DESIGN (OVER LIGHT RAIL STATION ENTRIES)

NONE / PREFER EXISTING

TENSILE LUGSAIL ROOF

DISLIKED ROOF DESIGNS (OVER LIGHT RAIL STATION ENTRIES)

MAINTAIN DRIVEWAY ENHANCED DESIGN

METRO STANDARD

BUS SHELTERS

STAIR CONNECTION WITH CATENARY LIGHTING

MID-SIZE PLAZA

BIG PLAZA

UNION STATION PLAZA (ON S. JACKSON ST.) CONSOLIDATED BICYCLE PARKING

SIGNALED CROSSWALK

SOUTH SIDE OF UNION STATION

ARTISTIC FABRIC

C-ID PLAZA (ON 5TH AVE. S.)

MAINTAIN DRIVEWAY

DISLIKED ON UNION STATION PLAZA (ON S. JACKSON ST.)


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CREATION DATE : WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 21ST, 2016

WHO WE ARE : METRICSS DESIGN

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LONDON

OUR LOCATION: 6TH WASHINGTON AVENUE NEW YORK UNITED STATES


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4. DESIGN

In the older scene daring steel workers pose atop construction towers during the 1910 building of the Union Depot that faces Jackson Street. Seattle Municipal Archives.


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4.0 CONCEPT DESIGN: IN-DEPTH

DESIGN STRATEGY & VISION • Jackson Hub is an important and welcoming gateway destination to Chinatown International District, Pioneer Square and the waterfront.

• Build a lid over the BNSF train tracks, and use the new space that prioritizes the public realm, recognizing the current lack of open green space in the Chinatown International District and Pioneer Square neighborhoods. These neighborhoods are two of the highest priority neighborhoods for addressing issues of equity in the city. The Stadium District also contains almost no public park landscaped space.

• Design accessible and pedestrian first connections to Union Station. • Anticipate and design increased pedestrian movement capacity for increasing multi-modal ridership with intuitive and legible wayfinding between transportation modes and connections between neighborhoods.

• All final bus stop locations to be confirmed with KC Metro.

• Retain and expand the art at Jackson Hub.

Refer to page 16-17 for phased implementation

• Make Jackson Hub a more comprehensive space by adding amenities like micro-retail, charging stations, seating and plantings. B Pay attention to details that ensure these additions retain a character that make Jackson Hub accessible to people of all abilities and incomes.

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• Make a connection that extends B 2 King Street through to the Stadiums with near-term stairs south of Union 3 13 Station and signaled crosswalk. Long-term lid over BNSF rail tracks will strengthen and enhance this 1 connection.

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Grouped bicycle parking 分組式自行車停放 Digital wayfinding kiosk 廣場上坊的旋轉藝術構造 Realign, widen, and raise crosswalk 凸起人行橫道 Pedestrian lid 人形頂蓋

Eliminate all extra structures (pergolas, columns, planters, etc)消除所有額外結構 Future phase : Lid with connected public realm & park 未來階段:頂蓋鏈接公共區域和公園 景觀植栽

Planting - green wall structure 綠化-綠色結構墻 Add benches 添加花盆和長椅

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Stair connection with overhead art, catenary lighting & signaled crosswalk 樓梯鏈接及吊燈和信號人行通道 Install pedestrian lighting 安裝行人照明


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PROPOSED The near-term recommendations for the International District/Chinatown Light Rail Station entry includes removing excess structures, including utility structures and planter boxes, that block views to the station head roof. A small expansion of the plaza to partially cover some of the open to below space that divides the pedestrian walkway through the plaza will help alleviate a critical pedestrian pinch point. Enhanced bus shelter shown for representation purposes. Future bus station alternations to be vetted with King County Metro.

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S . J A C K S O N S T R E E T AT 4 T H 2 Enhanced bus shelter design A V E N U E S . I N T E加強公車候車車棚設計 RSECTION

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Grouped bicycle parking 分組式自行車停放 Digital wayfinding kiosk 廣場上坊的旋轉藝術構造 Realign, widen, and raise crosswalk 凸起人行橫道 Pedestrian lid 人形頂蓋

Eliminate all extra structures (pergolas, columns, planters, etc)消除所有額外結構

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4 . 1 E L E VAT I N G PUBLIC ART ELEVATING EXISTING PUBLIC ART The original station plaza design includes public art that will be retained and re-purposed. These elements include: 1. Stainless steel plate etchings of poetry by Seattle poet Laureen Mar will be removed from trellis walkway beams for use on risers on new stairs on Union Station Plaza.

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4. Retain silhouettes and quotations of Philippine writer Jose Rizal, Seattle poet Eve Triem, Chinese entrepreneur Chinn Gee Hee, and University of Washington professor Teresa Schmid McMahon that are located on elements slated for demolition for reuse. 5. Addition of tension cables in the corridor south of Union Station to support rotating temporary art elements that reflect local character. (Image for representation only) 6. Finish Union Station Plaza with artist collaboration with Native American/First Nations artist (Image for representation only. Photo: Arena Blvd. Amsterdam)

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4 . 2 M AT E R I A L S & FURNISHINGS MATERIALS & FURNISHINGS The following images are representative of the types of furnishings and materials recommended for the Jackson Hub area. They are durable with high quality finishes. Overall, they are contemporary and compliment with historic architecture in the area.

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Final selection of materials and furnishings will be further developed in future schematic design stages. Featured materials in this report are preliminary recommendations and representational only. Final elements will be selected in later design phases.

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PLANTERS

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Olivier van Herpt: The 3D Printed Blue and White Collection in Porcelain & Translated Vase Artist: Sookyung Yee

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4.3 LONG TERM VISION: MAKING JACKSON HUB A PLACE TO BE. LONG TERM VISION The long-term vision for Jackson Hub is still in its preliminary stages. There are multiple factors that make this planning effort urgent. These include the need for an expanded transit capacity for additional Light Rail lines within Jackson Hub, as well as the inevitability of a bridge rebuild for seismic safety.

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With these larger infrastructure efforts on the horizon, there is a huge opportunity to restructure Jackson Hub to better address the community consensus around goals and priorities as documented in this report. In order to avoid near-term investments that were shortsighted or limiting to future opportunities, some preliminary design visioning exercises were conducted at public engagement events. There was clear community consensus for an expanded public realm that lids the BNSF Rail, as well as a desire for a elegant, contemporary roof for new station entries.

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RAISED CROSSWALK IN SYNDEY (PHOTO DAVID LEVINSON)


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