Cleveland Regional Transportation Authority (GCRTA commissioned DeWolff Partnership Architects in 2004, to provide design services for a new transit station consisting of 3 separate buildings, a Residential Station, a Commercial Station and a Head House, all of which will be linked by and over-track walkway. The key elements to be included in the design of this station included:
>Maximum Visibility of Stations
>Pedestrian Connection to Headhouse
>Parking lot reconstruction
>Site interface w/ bus, car and pedestrian traffic
>Vertical circulation within station, i.e. ADA compliant
Originally opened in 1966, the Puritas Station is one of the eighteen rapid stations serving the western side of the GCRTA area. The station serves the Red Line and also serves as a major system park-n-ride with over 550 parking spaces provided for transit patrons.
DeWolff Architects Rochester New York: Designers of Multi-Modal Transportation Facilities