Ross, Janell. “‘Insidious And Persistent’ Residential Segregation Called Out In Study.” The Huffington Post. TheHuffingtonPost.com, 03 Aug. 2011. Web. 21 Feb. 2016. As the title of the article suggests, the epidemic of residential segregation continuous to be a problem and it is exactly this topic which the article talks about in detail. The first piece […]
Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment. Inclusion by Design: Equality, Diversity and the Built Environment. N.p.: Trondheid : Tapir Akademisk Forlag, 2011. Web. 21 Feb. 2016 As the title of the article states, the main topic covered in this piece deals with how the built environment can be design to include people who are […]
The Editorial Board. “The Architecture of Segregation.” Editorial. The New York Times. The New York Times, 05 Sept. 2015. Web. 22 Feb. 2016. This editorial piece by The New York Times talks about the ongoing consequences of segregation and how something as well-intended as the Fair Housing Act of 1968 is actually perpetuating the misfortunes […]
Figure 5: Since the Edgewood/Candler station services so many people, it makes sense that its entrance tunnels are so wide. To avoid injuries and disruption to foot traffic, signs are posted on either side prohibiting skateboards and bikes but both elevators and escalators/stairs are available on either side for access to as many people as […]
Figure 3: located on the floor right above the train waiting station, this is the entrance through which all passengers must past through. Self-serving electronic gates and card dispensers are available for use to any paying customer who wishes to use MARTA’s transportation service. Security personal are usually present to prevent people from sneaking pas […]
The Edgewood/Candler Park station on MARTA’s train system serves as both a terminus station for the Green Line and a regular station for the Blue Station. Built in the 70’s (opened June 30, 1979) this particular station services the Edgewood and Candler neighborhoods, which are comprised of mostly working-class, blue collar workers. Interestingly enough, a […]
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