Building type basics for transit facilities
Building Type Basics for Transit Facilities covers the essentials of designing transit facilities.
* Features innovative transit station designs, including light and heavy rail, airports, and cruise terminals.
* Presents numerous illustratrations with descriptive floor plans, diagrams, and photographs.
* Provides need-to-know information for getting started in this complex area.
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