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ARC 451:: DESIGN STUDIO BUS SHELTER PROTOTYPES

COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE + DRACHMAN DESIGN BUILD COALITION


BUS SHELTER PROTOTYPES

College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture + Drachman Design Build Coalition

Bus Shelter Prototype Project:

The Bus Shelter Prototype Project is a design-build challenge undertaken by a fifth-year design studio in the School of Architecture at the University of Arizona. The project is in collaboration with the Drachman Institute, the Drachman Design Build Coalition, the Pima County Health Department and the Tucson Department of Transportation.

CPPW Grant:

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services sponsors the Communities Putting Prevention to Work [CPPW] initiative to support public health efforts that reduce obesity, increase physical activity and improve nutrit ion to combat chronic diseases and promote health. The Pima County Health Department is the recipient of a $15.8 million CPPW grant. The Drachman Institute, the outreach unit of the College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture at the University of Arizona, is a partner. The Drachman Institute, in collaboration with the School of Architecture and the Drachman Design Build Coalition received $20,000 to design and build 4 prototype bus shelters in Pima County.

COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE + LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE advancing sustainable design and planning for arid regions

DRACHMAN INSTITUTE DRACHMAN DESIGN BUILD COALITION


There are 2,200 bus stops in Tucson

of those 925 have shelters

the first Tucson bus shelter was built in 1970

2.1 million people ride the bus each month

Public transportation is a vital link for the more than 51 million Americans with disabilities.

As of 2005 every Sun Tran bus is equipped with a front bike rack which can hold two bicycles at a time

There are currently 40 routes, covering 28,000 miles everyday

Riding the bus is 170 times safer than traveling by car.

Some routes run from

22.6 million riders per year

4:45am-11:50 pm

the most expensive shelters are the downtown art shelters, costing each

$25,000

The Regional Transportation Authority manages a $2.1 billion, 20-year RTA plan

1970’s wooden shelters are the lease expensive estimated at $2,500 a piece

Sun Tran is an

Sun Tran Operating Expenses $36,753,967 total expenses $ 38,456,775 with Fare box revenue of $7,599,372

award-winning regional public transportation system

Sun Tran buses are Tucson’s primary source of public transportation Individuals who choose public transportation save over

$9,000/yr Most used stop (other than transit centers)

University of Arizona Mall averaging

1264 riders per day

By 2006 Sun Tran integrated

48 new Biodiesel vehicles

into their fleet

Fares Standard Fare: • Single Rider Fare ($1.25):

one ride, plus a transfer if needed • Child (free): five and under • Day Pass ($3.00): unlimited rides that day

• Monthly Pass ($35.00):

unlimited rides for one calendar month

• Quarterly Pass ($94.00):

unlimited rides for three month period

• Full Fare Stored Value Pass ($12.50): Valid for ten one-way trips

for fare

Programs offer discounted low-income riders, senior citizens,individuals with disabilities or on Medicare, University and College students and Aero Park employees


ARC 451:: DESIGN STUDIO PROGRAM

COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE + DRACHMAN DESIGN BUILD COALITION


Hard To Get On and Off Stinky Bums and Weirdoes Waiting at Them

Bench Stoppers

Violence/Crime No Lighting Not Enough

“Nasty, Always Dirty, Always Bugs and Flies, just a NO”

No Information on Buses & Routes “People Not Taking the Bus at the Bus Shelters” Lack of TPD Too Hot Nothing No Water Fountains “Benches out in the middle of nowhere Without Shade or Water”

100 Participants were surveyed at multiple sites along the TDOT bus routes and transit centers. A survey containing seven questions was passed out to Sun Tran patrons asking them to rank the quality of the current bus shelter designs. A comment section located at the end of survey allowed participants to express specific complaints or praise for existing shelters.

Doing Last Minute Homework

Clean

That There are a Lot of Them People Watching The Artistic Ones They Look Nice Easy to Find The Security “Meeting a Cute Guy, Which is Like 3 in a Million!”

Shade and a Spot to Sit

“It Is What It Is...”

Doesn’t Protect From Nothing The Advertisements Rain or Shine Everything

The Bus Stopping Nice Place to Sit and Wait

Dirty Atmosphere

Uncomfortable

Information on the Bus Routes Air Vents Not Crowded Often Shade From Trees

The Benches

Harassment by TPD “We’re Drenched During the Monsoons”

Interaction With Other People “When it Rains/Sunny, They Sorta Protect You”

“Some are Remote & Sketchy”

“No Shade Protection after 2:00PM” Hot Benches

Not Enough Seats

Desert Landscape


= 5 Tucson Bus Riders

Bus Route Information

Where am I going?

satisfied..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................unsatisfied

Rain Protection

We’re drenched during monsoons!

satisfied..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................unsatisfied

Summer Sun Protection

There’s no sun protection after 2:00pm.

satisfied..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................unsatisfied

Winter Sun Protection

They “sorta” protect you.

satisfied..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................unsatisfied

Safety

Some are remote and sketchy.

satisfied..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................unsatisfied

Environment

satisfied..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................unsatisfied

Seating

satisfied..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................unsatisfied


Provide ample shade when it is wanted during the summer, and allow solar penetration during the winter when the heat is desirable

Do not block visibility between the bus driver and the riders waiting at the shelter

Accommodate for people moving around the shelter, and be in full compliance with ADA regulations

Provide drainage solutions to prolong the shelter’s lifespan and keep occupants dry.

Seats should be comfortable to sit on, and be made from durable materials that don’t get too hot under direct sun.

Intense heat in the summer many stops don’t have shelter even though they should Shelters do no adequately shade the seating areas during the hottest parts of the day Riders are passed by buses because the drivers are not able to adequately see those waiting at the stops Advertisement prevent drivers and riders from being able to see the approaching buses Some sites do not have the required ADA seating area or loading zone Narrow sites to not meet the required amount of space for people to comfortable move around the shelter When large groups are waiting at stops there are not enough seats Bars on the benches keep the homeless from sleeping on them but also restrict the amount of people who can sit on the benches Bench materiality is does not respond to the extreme heat experienced in Tucson and are too hot for people to sit on comfortably Vandalism of maps and signs makes it difficult for riders to find their routes or the number to call for information Not all shelters contain maps for riders Company's leave advertisement boxes which litter the areas around the bus shelters Garbage is not always picked up after the cans are fill or over flowing Graffiti vandalism can create an uncomfortable environment for riders waiting in the shelters


NORTH

JUNE

EQUINOX (march)

DECEMBER

9am

9am

9am

12pm

12pm

12pm

6pm

6pm

E

W

N

SOUTH

9am

12pm

9am

9am

12pm

12pm

6pm

Overhang method for North / South orientation

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Summer Su

Wi

EAST

9am

9am

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2

9am South

12pm

12pm

12pm

6pm

6pm

6pm

The overhang should be long enough to block most summer sun.

Winter sun is desirable and should be allowed into the shelter.

Vertical Blind method for East / West orientation Summ

er Sun

WEST

9am

9am

12pm

12pm

6pm

6pm

9am n u S r Winte

12pm

West


9 2 0 4 90 90

No Parking 30’ Minimum

TDOT Site Visibility Triangles Through Street Through Street Traffic Flow

Traffic Flow One-Way Traffic Flow

Or

Raised Median

Traffic Flow

Traffic Flow 30’ 20’

20’

STD. Near Side Sight Visibility Triangle

Near Side Triangle

PPedestrain Sight Visibility Triangle

Far Side Triangle

Stem Street or Driveway Stem Street

Visibility Screens No Screen

Window Screen

Horizontal Screen

Pros

Pros

Pros

Pros

Cons

Cons

Cons

Cons

+ Full visibility of shelter interior from all angles + Occupants have full visibility of bus from all angles

- No protection from sun - No protection from wind

+ Protection from sun + Clear visibility through window

- Can not see someone located beyond the extents of the window

+ Shades Southern sun + Easily seen through

- No protection from Eastern or Western sun - Sun reflection could cause visibility problems

Vertical Screen

+ Shade From Eastern And Western Sun + Can See Easily Through Both Sides

- No protection from Southern Sun - Sun reflection could cause visibility problems


22’-0” 5’-0”

6’-0”

10’-8”

4’-8’

17’-0”

2 0 4 9

Sidewalk in Front

22’-0” 17’-0”

1’-6”

8’-0”

15’-6”

6’-0”

5’-0”

2 0 4 9

Sidewalk in Rear

34’-0”

13’-6”

29’-0”

1’-6”

15’-0”

5’-0”

2 0 4 9

No Sidewalk Double Shelter


Min. Ceiling Height

+30 High Eye Movement

Ave Eye Level

+15 Emergancy Signals

Work Position 5 0 Relaxed Position

Adult Eye Level

0 Standard Sight Line -10 Normal Sight Line

Ave Shoulder Height

30

Ave Eye Height

Handle Height Armrest Height

-30 Relaxing Sight Line 80”

Ave Shoulder Height

62”

-45 View Line

Accessory Height 58”

Ave Knee Height Seat Hieght

30”

27”

Low Reach

19”

38” 47”

Seat Height Seat Min. Height

36”

47”

Foot Height

36”

8”

28”

15” 18”

Chair Width

Prefered Seat Width

26”

Shoulder Width 20”

18” 20” Shoulder Width 16” Prefered Seat Length

10” Chest Width

42” Chair Length

24”

3

2

48” 24”

24”

1

36”

3

1

2

3

2 84”

56”

1

48”

72”

1

WHEELCHAIR SEATING 48 X 36

2

PEDESTRIAN SEATING 24 X 12

3

STANDING AREA 24 X 12

Material Analysis Pros

Wood

- Low Thermal Conductivity - Aesthetically Pleasing - Organic Material

- Easy To Damage - Dries Out and Splinters - Rots When Damp

- Easy To Clean Graffiti Off Of - Strong - Stain Resistant

- Rapid Temperature Change - Rusts Over Time - Rust Flakes Off - Hard To Sit On For A Long Time

- Cheaper Than Steal - Light Weight - Could Be Made From Recycled Materials

- Easy To Carve and Graffitti - Retains Heat - Can Warp In The Heat

Metal

Plastics

Cons

Minimum Amount of Seating Per Stop 24”

48” 24”

24”

24”

24”

36”

Each bus shelter should have a minimum of 1 36”x48” ADA seating area as well as 4 seats or an 8’ long bench to accomodate more bus patrons at peak ridership times.


Rain and Wind Diagrams Wind Di rection

Wind Solution

N

Rain Solution Vertical barriers are best for protecting from wind but may

2

Roof must slope up

E

W

cause visibility problems.

by at least 2 degrees to drain rainwater

S Half walls behind the seating area can block wind for occupants while allowing for clear

Roof should extend beyond

visibility.

the occupiable area in order to shield

Rainfall

from wind driven rain

April

October

January

July

Accessory and Signage Diagrams

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4

5

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To Route

Downtown — Ronstadt Ctr.

22nd St. at Park

Route 7 M -F / E astbound

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WILMOT

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11 11

1 SWAN

ALVERNON

See page 2 for details (Vea detalles en la pagina 3)

Harrison at Golf Links

3RD AVE.

5TH AVE.

2 621 649 719 749 819 849 919 949 1019 1049 1119 1149 1219 1249 119 146 216 242 246 316 347 417 447 517 550 620 653 753 853 953 1053

22nd St. at Alvernon

22nd St. at Wilmot

Harrison at Golf Links

Route 7 M -F / Westbound

1

P Park & Ride Lot (Estacione y Viaje) 22nd Street/Randolph Way

6TH

STONE

MAIN

CHURCH

4TH AVE.

12TH ST.

22nd St. at Alvernon

BROADWAY CUSHING ST.

29TH ST. 101X, GOLF LINKS 17, 201X

NORTH

22nd St. at Wilmot

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CONGRESS

!

2

Shelter AD’s can bring in extra revenue to help cover the cost of maintenance or operation. A typical AD can bring in $250 per month, or $3,000 per year.

T Ronstadt Transit Center (Centro de Tránsito) Connecting to/(Conexión a): Sun Tran — 1,2,3,4,6,8,9,10,16,19,21,22,23 Sun Express — 101X-110X Sun Shuttle — 421 Cat Tran — USA Route

Miller-Golf Links Library Rincon Station Post Office Palo Verde High School Columbus Branch Library Reid Park Zoo/Hi Corbett Field Downtown (Centro) Ronstadt Transit Center Special Services Office ADA Eligibility Office

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GTON PENNIN

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Downtown Detail Detalle del Centro

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CRAYCROFT 34

15, 17

Y.

22nd St. at Park

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23

8

23 4TH AVE.

10TH AVE.

KW

4

6TH AVE.

STONE

CHURCH

GRANADA

2 2 N D S T.

16 6TH AVE.

22ND ST.

PANTANO

NP

See Downtown Details

(Vea el mapa detallado del Centro de La Ciudad)

TUCSON

7

37

AV IAT IO

Route

CAMINO SECO

Pictured are some required signs designated by TDOT. Other forms of signage may be specified including advertisements, route maps, and artwork.

COUNTRY CLUB 17

Poor occupant visibility Does not obstruct views

Downtown — Ronstadt Ctr.

Located in view of bus driver

2, 6

Generous space Awkward to read with people seated below

Rear Bike Rack Location

6

Potential for stench Potential for more Elegant Solution

Requi r

PARK

Less exposure to smell Easy replacement

Back Panel Sign Location

KINO PKWY.

Satellite Trash Can Integrated Trash Can

1 657 722 737 753 823 853 923 953 1023 1053 1123 1153 1223 1253 123 153 223 259 324 329 359 429 455 525 555 625 652 722 748 818 918 1018 1118

17 17 — 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 17 — 17 17 17 17 17 17 — 17 — 17 — — — —

Note: Route 7 eastbound buses do not stop on 22nd Street at Mountain. Nota: Los autobuses de la Ruta 7 hacia el este no paran en la Calle 22 y Mountain.

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Bike Lock Sweet Spot

25” min.

20”-27”

Far Side Bike Rack Location Fair occupant visibility Does not obstruct view

Side Panel Sign Location Visible to drivers (AD potential) Visible to occupants

Front Panel Sign Location

Impossible Location Blocks visibility from road & bus driver

Near Side Bike Rack Location

Good occupant visibility May obstruct views Can signal occupant’s presence to bus driver

The best place to secure a U-Lock is between the front wheel and the downtube of the bicycle frame. This sweet spot is 20-27 inches off the ground, and at least 25 inches away from a vertical wall. Whatever the design of the bike rack may be, make sure the sweet spot is considered in the design.


ARC 451:: DESIGN STUDIO SITE ANALYSIS

COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE + DRACHMAN DESIGN BUILD COALITION


2252 bus stops system wide

our starting point is the total number of bus stops in the SunTran bus system

Site Survey Process

North Facing Site Locations

Assessment Process

Solar

Wind

-925 Rain

1327 bus stops without shelters

-1052

South Facing Site Locations

bus stops that have shelters

Circulation

Area

Ridership

bus stops without shelters that have low ridership (0-45)

District sites have average ridership (46-568)

-75

bus stops outside of the high/moderate risk for obesity areas

Visibility

East Facing Site Locations

275

Right-of-Way

Obstructions

200

Adjacencies

possible sites that satisfy criteria

-156

eliminated through photo analysis of existing conditions these sites were elimited due to poor site conditions, limited space, and adjacent properties

West Facing Site Locations

these sites are within the moderate to high risk obesity areas, have average ridership, and have no shelter

Topography Trash

Quality of Assembly

44 sites to visit

10 north facing, 6 south facing, 16 east facing, 9 west facing

Source: Pima County Geographic Information Systems: http://dot.pima.gov/gis/data/contents/


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Primary North Facing Site Location: Irvington & Campbell Stop Number: 14435 Characteristics: Riders stand in shade from tree far from the bench Route Service: #2 Ridership: 77 on, 105 off Supervisor District: 2 Ward: 5

Irvington

site

Adjacencies: 2

17

1. Super Pawn 2. Burger King 3. Famous Sam’s Restaurant & Bar 4. Taco Bell 5. Fashion Discount Store 6. Family Dollar Store 7. Payless Shoe Source 8. Cost Cutters, LA insurance, & Arture 9. Circket Wireless, UPS Store, Nail Salon 10. Food City 11. Rent-a-Car 12. Mandarin Buffet 13. Blockbuster Video 14. AMPM 15. El onquistador Apartments 16. Eegee’s 17. Walgreens 18. T-Mobile & Other Stores 19. Kinder Care Learning Center 20. Goodwill 21. Check Cashing & Other Stores 22. Sunny Dazs Cafe 23. Advance America

3

1

Campbell

1

Pros - satisfies all site selection criteria

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14

15

5

18

6

4

7 21

19

22

20

8

23

11

12

2

9

10

Irvington

Secondary North Facing Site site

Location: Irvington & C Santa Cruz Stop Number: 14738 Characteristics: Adjacent wash, bus stop will need to be moved slightly Route Service: #23 Ridership: 84 on, 34 off Supervisor District: 5 Ward: 1

4

1

2

5

3

6

11

7

- high ridership (182 total) - pullout/turning lane can be used by bus - ample depth to site, making it easy to make a large shelter if needed - generous right-of-way - many adjacent businesses, residences, and apartments - shade trees nearby

less room for a bus shelter - only one bus route services location - two small trees are planted near the current bus stop location, possibly limiting space for bus shelter

Pros - satisfies all site selection criteria

Cons - current bus stop location is not viable because of limited area

- many adjacent businesses and residences - high ridership (118 total) - shade trees nearby

for shelter - site would need to be moved slightly east into a high traffic turning lane - storm drain at current location - adjacent wash that flows under the site - close to the I-19, this is more of a car culture area - only one bus route services location

Pros - satisfies all site selection criteria

Cons - sidewalk may need to be demolished in order to push it closer

- many adjacent businesses and residences - existing shelter that is in need of replacement - high ridership (139 total) - shade trees nearby

to the curb - only one bus route services location - gas line 8.5’ back of current sidewalk location may limit depth of new slab

Pros - satisfies all site selection criteria

Cons

Adjacencies: 1. Olive Garden 2. Starbucks & Panda Express 3. Verizon Store 4. McDonald’s 5. Chevron Gas Station 6. Wells Fargo 7. Payless Shoes 8. Home Depot 9. Target 10. Food City 11. AT&T Store & Other Stores

8

10

9

3

Primary South Facing Site

3

1

12

2

4

5

Location: E. 22nd st & S. Columbus Stop Number: 13357 Characteristics: Ground Condition: Dirt Area with Sidewalk, Existing Shelter, Dirt Strip, Nearby Trees Route Service: #7 Ridership: 75 on, 64 off Supervisor District: 2 6 Ward: Border of 5 & 6

7

Adjacencies: 1. Giving Tree Thrift Shop 2. Checker Auto Parts 3. Mini-skool Early Learning Centers 4. Burger King 5. Living Water Ministries 6. Car Cash 7. Palm Court Inn 8. Golden Corral Buffet & Grill 9. Eskstrom Columbus Library 10. Tucson Dodge 11. El Grande Shopping Center 12. Residences

9 8 10

Cons - stop may need to be moved slighty east into pullout, which has

11

4 2

Adjacencies:

1

Alvernon 11

13

site

Secondary South Facing Site Location: E. 22nd st & S. Alvernon Way Stop Number: 74 Characteristics: Ground Condition: Concrete, Telephone Poles, Raised Concrete Block, Nearby Trees Route Service: #7 Ridership: 83 on, 113 off Supervisor District: 2 Ward: Border of 5 & 6

3

1. Tucson Midtown Police Dept. 2. Randolph Municipal Golf Course 3. Housing 4. Dan’s Paint and Body 5. Circle K 6. Green’s Bar and Grill 7. Walgreen’s 8. Taco Bell 9. Jack in the Box 10. Church’s Chicken 11. Shell Station 12. Housing 13. Learning Bee Preschool

12

22nd St

5

4

10

9

8

- high ridership (196 total) - shade trees nearby - site has a decent amount of adjacent businesses, including highly trafficed Reid Park and Tucson Midtown Police Department

- there may be security concerns from the adjacent police department - only one bus route services location - telephone poles might obstruct visibility triangle of bus driver

7 6

Location: Park & Drachman Stop Number: 11305 Characteristics: No Shade at Bench or Sign Route Service: #1 Ridership: 85 on, 4 off Supervisor District: 5 Ward: 6

Park

5

Primary East Facing Site

2 3

1

Drachman

site

Adjacencies: 5

1. Residental Block 2. Residental Block 3. Residental Block 4. Residental Block 5. Residental Block 6. Corleone Apartments, Center & El Saguarito

Cons - no trees

- high ridership (89 total) - recently poured concrete pad (10’x18’) - a kind elderly gentleman neighbor adjacent to bus stop - close to the University of Arizona - enlarged setback in immediate area

- only one bus route services location - mostly residential area nearby - poor protection from western light

Pros - good protection from western light

Cons - limited space for a shelter

- shade trees nearby

- low ridership (35 total) - storm drain at current location - site is located on the very edge of the risk for obesity area - bus may block entry to gas station - bus blocks view of oncoming traffic for cars pulling out of next drive - does not satisfy all site selection criteria

Pros - satisfies all site selection criteria

Cons - large tree near where bus shelter would be placed (about 9’

6 4

Secondary East Facing Site

Silv

6

Pros - satisfies all site selection criteria

8

erb

4

ell

5

Location: Silverbell Rd. & Ironwood Hill Dr. Stop Number: 14503 Characteristics: Ground Condition: Gravel, Bench, In Front of Gas Station Route Service: #21 Ridership: 28 on, 7 off Supervisor District: 5, close to 3 Ward: 1

3 2

Ironwood Hill

Adjacencies:

6

site

1

1. Chevron 2. Wells Fargo Bank 3. Eegees 4. Cirle K 5. McDonalds 6. Ironwood Hills School 7. Chase Bank 8. Residential

7

8

4

Location: 1st Ave & Roger Stop Number: 12897 Characteristics: Lots of Space and High Ridership Close to Fry’s Grocery Store Route Service: #6 & #34 Ridership: 40 on, 96 off Supervisor District: 3 Ward: 3

1

1st Ave

7

Primary West Facing Site

4

4

3

Adjacencies:

2

1. Frys Food & Drug 2. Gas Station 3. Appartments 4. Residential - Houses

site

- high ridership (136 total) - many adjacent businesses and residences - two bus routes service location - shade trees nearby - ample depth to site, excluding the immediate area around the large tree

back from sidewalk)

Roger

2

site Calle Alvord

Location: 12th Ave & Calle Alvord Stop Number: 12107 Characteristics: Bench, In Front of Apartments and across from Mission Manor Park Route Service: #24 Ridership: 34 on, 7 off Supervisor District: Border of 5 & 2 Ward: 1

1

12th Ave

8

Secondary West Facing Site

Adjacenies

3

1. Mission Manor Park 2. Apartments 3. Church 4. Residential

4

Source: Pima County Mapguide: http://dot.pima.gov/gis/maps/mapguide/

Pros - satisfies almost all site selection criteria except ridership

Cons - low ridership (41 total)

- adjacent to Mission Manor Park and an apartment complex - signal crosswalk nearby - shade trees nearby

- bus blocks view of oncoming traffic for next drive - only one bus route services location - limited space for a shelter - does not satisfy all site selection criteria


ARC 451:: DESIGN STUDIO SCHEMATIC DESIGN

COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE + DRACHMAN DESIGN BUILD COALITION


elevation

N elevation: south facing condition

traffic

traffic

traffic

north facing

west facing

south facing

east facing

traffic

solar

visibility

Programmatic Requirements

circulation

rain

assembly


Long Section

east facing summer [9am]

N

CENTIPEDE

Short Section

1

2

3

SHIFTY

Potential Expanision Arrangement

Front Elevation

Side Elevation

ARMATURE

Roof Plan

Front Elevation

HONEY

Plan

Transverse Elevation


11’

5’

plan 4’ 6’ 18’

elevation

elevatio

elevation

Solar Studies: MInimum Slab Summer 12 pm

Visibility and Expansion

South Facing

East Facing

0

1

2

north facing

0

N

1

2

2

N

south facing

1 North Facing

12 pm

2

0

1 0 West Facing

east facing

N panel specificity

solar_wind_rain

visibility

thermal comfort_texture

modularity_fabrication_delivery

N west facing


Irvington Rd.

ADA Loading Gutter Drain System Corrugated Metal Roof Panel

ADA Area

Seating

Louvered Roof Panel

Signage Panel Loading Area

Trash

2” X 1“ Tube Steel

Vertical Louvered Panel Trex Seating

Information Panel

Slab

IRVINGTON RD. & CAMPBELL AVE.

8’-0 ” typ.

18” typ. 2’-0 ” typ.

2’-0

west elevation

4’-0 ” ADA

plan

22ND ST. & COLUMBUS BLVD.

8’-0” ADA LANE

3’-0 ” ADA

site change

south elevation

5’-0” ADA LANE

22ND ST. & ALVERNON BLVD. 2” x 2” Square Stock Frame (with Predrilled holes)

Louvered Panel

Drachman

Information

Park Ave

PARK AVE. & DRACHMAN ST.

Plan

Roof Plan

Trash Panel Assembly

N 1st Ave

1ST AVE. & ROGER RD.


ARC 451:: DESIGN STUDIO DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE + DRACHMAN DESIGN BUILD COALITION


Plan

Elevation

Transverse Section

Elevation

Transverse Section

Elevation

Transverse Section

Elevation

Transverse Section

IRVINGTON RD. & CAMPBELL AVE. Plan

22ND ST. & COLUMBUS BLVD.

Plan

PARK AVE. & DRACHMAN ST.

Plan

1ST AVE. & ROGER RD.


ARC 451:: DESIGN STUDIO FINAL DESIGN + CONSTRUCTION

COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE AND LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE + DRACHMAN DESIGN BUILD COALITION


H-11305-EF A B C

ROOF/CEILING

A

#10 Galvanized self drilling screws with gasket

B

5/16” Fiber cement panel

C

22 ga. Galvanized 7/8“ hat channel furring

D

3/4” CDX plywood with felt roofing membrane

E

1/4” Steel plate with 3/4” through bolt

F

4” x 2“ x 1/8” steel tube

G

10 ga. steel fascia

H

1” x 1“ x .065” sq. steel tube frame

I

16 ga. steel cladding seat

J

2“ x 2” x 1/8“ steel tube

K

2” x 1“ x .065” steel tube

L

1/4” Steel plate structural louver screen (vertical)

M

1/8“ Steel plate structural louver screen (horizontal)

N

3/4” Expansion bolts

D E F

E

SCREEN WALL

G

F L M N

A B C F G

H

BENCH

I J K

EXPLODED PERSPECTIVE

DRACHMAN

37'-4" N.

4'-0" MI

N. 3'-0" MI

18'

5'-0" MIN.

3'-0" MIN.

ADA COMPLIANT LOADING ZONE

PARK AVE

10' 3'-11" 19'-6"

SITE PLAN

Scale:

1/8" = 1'-0"

REAR WALL


H-11305-EF 02 B A 6'-6"

5/16" FIBER CEMENT PANELS

1

2

3

PERIMETER OF EXISTING 6" UNREINFORCED SLAB

12" O.C. GALVANIZED 8" HAT CHANNEL FURRING

5

6

2' TYP.

CDX ROOFING WITH FELT MEMBRANE HSS 4" x 2" x 1/8" STEEL TUBE ROOF STRUCTURE

T.O. WALL 7'-2"

1

EXTENT OF ROOF ABOVE

4 10'-0"

7

STRUCTURAL STEEL LOUVER SYSTEM

5

16" FIBER CEMENT PANELS TYP. FASTENED TO HAT CHANNEL FURRING WITH #10 GALVANIZED GASKETED SELF-DRILLING SCREWS

5/16" FIBER CEMENT PANEL TYP.

03

2

3/4" EXPANSION BOLT SET INTO 6" UNREINFORCED SLAB TYP. (SHELTER TO SLAB REFERENCE POINT)

VERTICAL MEMBERS TO BE CONTINUOUS FULL-HEIGHT TO HEADER AT ROOF-LEVEL. DO NOT SPLICE TYP.

3

HSS 4" X 2" X 1/8" STEEL TUBE VERTICAL FRAMING MEMBER TYP. EQ.

HSS 4" X 2" X 1/8" STEEL TUBE SILL PLATE

04 EXISTING CONTROL JOINTS AT 6' INTERVALS TYP.

BIKE RACK MODULE [REFER TO SHEET A3.4]

4

SEATING 3 4"

EXPANSION BOLT SET INTO 6" UNREINFORCED SLAB TYP .

1'-6" T.O. SEAT

EQ.

6

YP. 2'-0" T

EQ.

TYP.

5

. 12" O.C

EQ.

TRASH CAN MODULE [REFER TO SHEET A3.4]

PLAN

Scale:

A

LONGITUDINAL SECTION

1/2" = 1'-0"

B

6'-6"

1

2'-0" T.O. STRUCTURE

8"

1'-0"

3 EQ.

4

3/4" = 1'-0"

5

T.O. STRUCTURE

7'-8"

HSS 4" x 2" x 1/8" STEEL TUBE HEADER STRUCTURAL STEEL LOUVERS WELDED 1' O.C .

1'-8"

6 8"

EQ.

10 GA. SHEET STEEL FASCIA

7'-8" T.O. WALL 7'-2"

2

Scale:

T.O. SCREEN WALL

7'-4"

STRUCTURAL STEEL LOUVER SYSTEM

1'-0"

BUS STOP SIGNAGE ATTACHED TO 10 GA. SHEET STEEL FASCIA STRUCTURAL STEEL LOUVER SYSTEM

5/16" FIBER CEMENT PANEL TYP .

5/16" FIBER CEMENT PANEL BEYOND 9" O.C. TYPICAL SPACING

9"

12" O.C. GALVANIZED 7 8" HAT CHANNEL FURRING HSS 4" x 2" x 1/8" STEEL TUBE VERTICAL FRAMING MEMBER

RETURN PANEL BEYOND 16 GAUGE PERFORATED SHEET STEEL

3/4" EXPANSION BOLT TYP. SET INTO UNREINFORCED SLAB TYP.

HSS 2" X 2" X 1/8" STEEL TUBE SUPPORT

TRANSVERSE SECTION

Scale:

3/4" = 1'-0"

HSS 4" x 2" x 1/8" STEEL TUBE BASE STRUCTURAL STEEL LOUVERS WELDED 1' O.C.

ELEVATION

Scale:

3/4" = 1'-0"


Exploded Isometric

Concepts 1

2

3

4

BIKE RACK

5 SUN SCREEN

TRASH

STONE AVE

PENNINGTON

RONSTADT CENTER

6TH ST

DOWNTOWN 6TH AVE

4 TH AVE

6

ADA

YOU ARE HERE

PARK

SALPOINTE HIGH SCHOOL GLENN

SWAN

29TH

ALVERNON

32ND

WINSTELL

MAP

UNIVERSITY

UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA

34TH

AVIATION

COUNTRY CLUB

LIGHTING


H-14435-NF A

ROOF/CEILING

A

#10 Galvanized self drilling screws with gasket

B

26 ga. Corrugated metal sheathing

C

1” x 1“ x .065” sq. steel tube furring

D

4“ x 2” x 1/8“ steel tube

E

1/4” Steel plate with 3/4” through bolt

F

10 ga. steel fascia

G

16 ga. steel cladding seat

H

2“ x 2” x 1/8“ steel tube

I

2” x 1“ x .065” steel tube

J

1/4” Steel plate structural louver screen (vertical)

K

1/8“ Steel plate structural louver screen (horizontal)

L

3/4” Expansion bolts

B C D

A E B C D F

E

SCREEN WALL

D J K L

G

BENCH

H I

EXPLODED PERSPECTIVE COMMERCIAL

199'-2" DIMENSION TO INTERSECTION

100' VISIBILITY DISTANCE TO BUS DRIVER UNPAVED AREA EXISTING BUS STOP SIGN TO BE REMOVED AND REPLACED WITH SHELTER MOUNTED SIGNAGE

0 0 0 0

4'

5'

ADA COMPLIANT LOADING ZONE

EDGE OF EXISTING SIDEWALK

NEW CONCRETE SLAB

EXISTING BENCH TO BE REMOVED

NEW CONCRETE SLAB

NEW SHELTER

PROPERTY LINE

SITE PLAN

Scale:

1/8" = 1'-0"

18'

54'-4" DISTANCE OF RIGHT-OF-WAY

15'-4"

3'

4'

REAR WALL


H-14435-NF 02

A 18'-0" EQ.

EQ.

EQ.

1

4'-2 3 16 "

B

" TY

P.

1

2

4

3

2'- 0

6

7

12'-0"

CORRUGATED METAL PANEL FASTENED TO SQ. STEEL TUBE FURRING WITH #10 GALVANIZED GASKET SELF-DRILLING SCREWS

2

5

T.O. STRUCTURE

7'-8" HSS 4" x 2" x 1/8" STEEL TUBE ROOF STRUCTURE

T.O. WALL

3

7'-2"

3/4" EXPANSION BOLT TYP. SET INTO 6" UNREINFORCED SLAB [SHELTER TO SLAB REFERENCE POINT]

CONTROL JOINTS AT 6' INTERVALS

PERIMETER OF EXISTING 6" UNREINFORCED CONCRETE SLAB TYP.

4

3/4" EXPANSION BOLT TYP. SET INTO 6" UNREINFORCED SLAB [SHELTER TO SLAB REFERENCE POINT]

CORRUGATED METAL PANEL TYP .

HSS 4" X 2" X 1/8" STEEL TUBE SILL PLATE

EXTENT OF ROOF ABOVE 12"

TYP .

HSS 4" X 2" X 1/8" STEEL TUBE VERTICAL FRAMING MEMBER TYP.

03

5

04

6

26 GA. CORRUGATED METAL SHEATHING ATTACHED WITH GALVANIZED SELF-DRILLING FASTENERS AT 24" O.C. ONTO 1" X 1" X .065 SQ. STEEL TUBE FURRING WELDED TO STRUCTURAL FRAMING

TING

STRUCTURAL STEEL LOUVER SYSTEM

7

SEA

CONTROL JOINT

8

1'-6"

VERTICAL MEMBERS TO BE CONTINUOUS FULL-HEIGHT TO HEADER AT ROOF-LEVEL.

PLAN

Scale:

LONGITUDINAL SECTION

1/2" = 1'-0"

A

1

B

2'-0"

2

Scale:

3

4

5

T.O. STRUCTURE 7'-8"

BUS STOP SIGNAGE ATTACHED TO 10 GA. SHEET STEEL FASCIA

T.O. WALL

7

8

EQ. T.O. STRUCTURE

EXPRESS Sun Tran

7'-8"

7'-2"

8"

T.O. SCREEN WALL

10"

7'-4" 10 GA. SHEET STEEL FASCIA

1'-6"

1'-6"

6 10'-0"

2' TYP.

7'-6"

EQ.

1'-8"

3/4" = 1'-0"

HSS 4" x 2" x 1/8" STEEL TUBE HEADER

SIGNAGE MOUNTED TO STEEL FASCIA

CORRUGATED METAL PANELS BEYOND

STRUCTURAL STEEL LOUVER SYSTEM

CORRUGATED METAL PANEL TYP.

1"x1" x .065" SQ. STEEL TUBE

9"

HSS 4" x 2" x 1/8" STEEL TUBE VERTICAL FRAMING MEMBER

STRUCTURAL STEEL LOUVER SYSTEM CONSISTING OF 1 4" X 4" MIN. VERTICALS AT 12" O.C. AND 1 8" X 4" MIN. HORIZONTALS AT 18" O.C. MAX.

9" O.C. TYPICAL SPACING

16 GAUGE PERFORATED SHEET STEEL

HSS 4" x 2" x 1/8" STEEL TUBE SILL PLATE WELDED TO STRUCTURAL STEEL LOUVER SCREEN

3/4" EXPANSION BOLT TYP. SET INTO UNREINFORCED SLAB TYP.

TRANSVERSE SECTION

Scale:

3/4" = 1'-0"

ELEVATION

Scale:

3/4" = 1'-0"


Concepts 1

2

3

4

5

BIKE RACK

6

c

SUN SCREEN

TRASH

ADA

STONE AVE

PENNINGTON

RONSTADT CENTER

6TH ST

DOWNTOWN 6TH AVE

4 TH AVE

UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA YOU ARE HERE

PARK

SALPOINTE HIGH SCHOOL GLENN

SWAN

29TH

ALVERNON

32ND

WINSTELL

7

MAP

UNIVERSITY

34TH

AVIATION

COUNTRY CLUB

LIGHTING


H-13357-SF A

ROOF/CEILING

A

#10 Galvanized self drilling screws with gasket

B

8 mm Twin wall polycarbonate panel

C

3/8” Neoprene spacer

D

4“ x 2” x 1/8“ steel tube

E

1/4” Steel plate with 3/4” through bolt

F

1” x 1” x .065” Steel tube furring

G

10 ga. steel fascia

H

16 ga. steel cladding seat

I

2“ x 2” x 1/8“ steel tube

J

2” x 1“ x .065” steel tube

K

1/4” Steel plate structural louver screen (vertical)

L

1/8“ Steel plate structural louver screen (horizontal)

M

3/4” Expansion bolts

B C D

16 ga. steel cladding seat

A E B F C G D

E

SCREEN WALL

D K L M

H

BENCH

I J

10'

18' PROPERTY LINE

EXISTING CONCRETE SLAB

EXISTING BUS SHELTER TO BE REMOVED

11'-6"

RIGHT-OF-WAY

27'-65 8"

SWG GAS LINE

NEW SHELTER NEW CONCRETE SLAB

4'

ADA ACCESS LANE 3'-0" MIN.

4'-4"

ADA COMPLIANT LOADING PAD 5'-0"W X 8'-0"D MIN.

5'-0"

UNPAVED AREA NEW CONCRETE SLAB

EDGE OF EXISTING SIDEWALK UNPAVED AREA 100' VISIBILITY DISTANCE TO BUS DRIVER

EXISTING BUS STOP SIGN TO BE REMOVED AND REPLACED WITH SHELTER MOUNTED SIGNAGE

22ND ST.

SITE PLAN

Scale:

1/8" = 1'-0"

DRIVE TO PARKING LOT

EXPLODED PERSPECTIVE

REAR WALL


H-13357-SF A

1

02 B

7

6

5

4

3

2

10'-0"

2

8MM POLYCARBONATE PANEL FASTENED STRUCTURE

HSS 4" x 2" x 1/8" STEEL TUBE ROOF STRUCTURE

T.O. WALL 7'-2"

03

EQ.

3

EQ.

04

2' TYP.

8MM POLYCARBONATE PANEL

SEAT

ING

4

STRUCTURAL STEEL LOUVER SYSTEM

8MM TWIN WALL POLYCARB ATTACHED WITH GALVANIZED SELF-DRILLING FASTENERS AT 24" O.C. ONTO STRUCTURAL FRAMING

EQ.

5

EXTENT OF ROOF ABOVE

#10 GALVANIZED SELF DRILLING SCREW W/ GASKET TO 3/8" NEOPRINE SPACERS

6

EQ.

HSS 4" X 2" X 1/8" STEEL TUBE SILL PLATE

HSS 4" X 2" X 1/8" STEEL TUBE VERTICAL FRAMING MEMBER TYP.

7

CONTROL JOINT

1'-6" T.O. SEAT

3/4" EXPANSION BOLT TYP. SET INTO 6" UNREINFORCED SLAB. (SHELTER TO SLAB REFERENCE POINT)

PLAN

Scale:

LONGITUDINAL SECTION

1/2" = 1'-0"

A

1

B 7'-6"

2'-0"

2

Scale:

3

4

5

6

7

8'-0"

2' TYP. EQ.

1'-6"

3/4" = 1'-0"

EQ. T.O. STRUCTURE

T.O. STRUCTURE 7'-8" T.O. WALL 7'-2"

7'-8" T.O. SCREEN WALL

8"

7'-4"

1'-1"

1'-6"

BUS STOP SIGNAGE ATTACHED TO 10 GA. STEEL FASCIA

HSS 4" x 2" x 1/8" STEEL TUBE HEADER 10 GA. SHEET STEEL FASCIA

8MM POLYCARBONATE PANEL BEYOND 8MM POLYCARBONATE PANEL TYP.

STRUCTURAL STEEL LOUVER SYSTEM

1" x 1"x 0.065" SQ. STEEL TUBE FURRING WELDED TO FRAMING

9" 9" O.C. TYPICAL SPACING

HSS 4" x 2" x 1/8" STEEL TUBE VERTICAL FRAMING MEMBER

16 GAUGE PERFORATED SHEET STEEL

TRANSVERSE SECTION

HSS 4" x 2" x 1/8" STEEL TUBE SILL PLATE WELDED TO STRUCTURAL STEEL LOUVER SCREEN

3/4" EXPANSION BOLT TYP. SET INTO UNREINFORCED SLAB TYP.

1'-0"

1'-6"

STRUCTURAL STEEL LOUVER SYSTEM

Scale:

3/4" = 1'-0"

ELEVATION

Scale:

3/4" = 1'-0"


Concepts

Exploded Isometric

1

2

3

4

5

BIKE RACK

6

SUN SCREEN

TRASH

STONE AVE

PENNINGTON

RONSTADT CENTER

6TH AVE

4 TH AVE

UNIVERSITY

UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA YOU ARE HERE

PARK

SALPOINTE HIGH SCHOOL GLENN

SWAN

29TH

ALVERNON

32ND

WINSTELL

7

MAP

ADA

6TH ST

DOWNTOWN

34TH

AVIATION

COUNTRY CLUB

LIGHTING


H-12897-WF A B

ROOF/CEILING

A

#10 Galvanized self drilling screws with gasket

B

16 ga. steel cladding surface

C

1” x 1“ x .065” sq. steel tube furring

D

16 ga. steel flashing

E

4“ x 2” x 1/8“ steel tube

F

10 ga. steel fascia

G

1/4” Steel plate with 3/4” through bolt

H

Return wall panel

I

2” x 1“ x .065” steel tube

J

16 ga. steel cladding seat

K

1” x 1“ x .065” sq. steel tube frame

L

2“ x 2” x 1/8“ steel tube

M

1/4” Steel plate structural louver screen (vertical)

C

N 1/8“ Steel plate structural louver screen (horizontal)

D

O

3/4” Expansion bolts

E F G

SCREEN WALL

M N O

G E A B F D

I

BENCH

J K L H

RETURN WALL A

EXPLODED PERSPECTIVE

SITE PLAN

Scale:

1/8" = 1'-0"

REAR WALL


H-12897-WF B

02 A 6'-6"

4

3

5

7

6

8

10'-0"

5'-215 16"

(SHELTER TO SLAB REFERENCE POINT)

2' TYP.

16 GAUGE SHEET STEEL FASTENED TO 3/4" CDX PLYWOOD WITH 2 LAYERS 30# FELT

12"

HSS 4" x 2" x 1/8" STEEL TUBE ROOF STRUCTURE

1

O.C

T.O. WALL

P. . TY

7'-2"

16 GAUGE STEEL PANEL TYP.

VERTICAL MEMBERS TO BE CONTINUOUS FULL-HEIGHT TO HEADER AT ROOF-LEVEL. DO NOT SPLICE.

5'-81 4"

2

CONTROL JOINT

EQ.

3

16 GAUGE STEEL PANELS ATTACHED WITH GALVANIZED #10 SELF DRILLING SCREWS TO 1" x 1" x .065" SQ. STEEL TUBE FURRING, 24" MAXIMUM SPACING

4

EQ.

03

TING

3/4" EXPANSION BOLT TYP. SET INTO 6" UNREINFORCED SLAB TYP. (SHELTER TO SLAB REFERENCE POINT)

EQ.

SEA

STRUCTURAL STEEL LOUVER SYSTEM CONSISTING OF 1/4" X 4" MILD STEEL PLATE VERTICAL MEMBERS @ 12" O.C. AND 1/8" X 4" MILD STEEL PLATE HORIZONTAL MEMBERS @ 18" O.C.

CONTROL JOINTS AT 6' INTERVALS TYP.

5

HSS 4" X 2" X 1/8" STEEL TUBE VERTICAL FRAMING MEMBER TYP.

CONTROL JOINT

3/4" EXPANSION BOLT TYP. SET INTO UNREINFORCED SLAB

1'-6" T.O. SEAT

IN.

4" M

HSS 4" X 2" X 1/8" STEEL TUBE SILL PLATE

6

04

EQ.

7

PERIMETER OF EXISTING 6" UNREINFORCED SLAB

2'-0 " TY

8

P.

EXTENT TO ROOF ABOVE

PLAN

Scale:

A 2'-0"

LONGITUDINAL SECTION

1/2" = 1'-0"

B

1

2

3

Scale:

4

3/4" = 1'-0"

5 10'-0"

6'-6" EQ.

EQ.

7

6

8

2' TYP.

T.O. STRUCTURE 7'-8"

T.O. STRUCTURE

7'-8" T.O. WALL 7'-2"

HSS 4" x 2" x 1/8" TUBE STEEL HEADER WELDED TO STRUCTURAL STEEL LOUVER SCREEN T.O. SCREEN WALL

7'-4"

STRUCTURAL MILD PLATE STEEL SCREEN WALL LOUVERS ROTATED PER SOLAR REQ. ABOUT CENTRAL AXIS

SIGNAGE MOUNTED TO STEEL FASCIA 10 GA. SHEET STEEL FASCIA STRUCTURAL STEEL LOUVER SYSTEM

16 GAUGE STEEL PANEL TYP.

FULL WELD AT ALL ALL INTERSECTIONS

1" x 1" x .065" SQ. STEEL TUBE FURRING

9" O.C. TYPICAL SPACING

16 GA. SHEET STEEL PANELS BEYOND

9"

HSS 4" x 2" x 1/8" STEEL TUBE FRAME

RETURN PANEL BEYOND 16 GAUGE PERFORATED SHEET STEEL SEATING

3/4" EXPANSION BOLT TYP. SET INTO UNREINFORCED SLAB TYP.

HSS 2" X 2" X 1/8" STEEL TUBE SUPPORT

TRANSVERSE SECTION

Scale:

3/4" = 1'-0"

HSS 4" x 2" x 1/8" TUBE STEEL SILL PLATE WELDED TO STRUCTURAL STEEL LOUVER SCREEN

ELEVATION

Scale:

3/4" = 1'-0"


Exploded Isometric

Concepts 1

2

3

4

Program Isometric

5 BIKE RACK

SUN SCREEN

TRASH

6 STONE AVE

PENNINGTON

RONSTADT CENTER

6TH AVE

4 TH AVE

UNIVERSITY

UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA YOU ARE HERE

PARK

SALPOINTE HIGH SCHOOL GLENN

SWAN

29TH

ALVERNON

32ND

WINSTELL

MAP

ADA

6TH ST

DOWNTOWN

34TH

AVIATION

COUNTRY CLUB

LIGHTING

7

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