Most of us use public transport to get from a place to another, e.g. railway stations, bus
stops, airports. This “public transport” has started to create another notion for our everyday
living, which we often call it as “transit space”.
What is a transit space? It is a place which provides a connection between two dissimilar
spaces that are different in many ways, in terms of motion and spatial feel, and the way that
a transporting space connects a non transporting one.
On the other side, “the station is a civil gathering space, where music can be heard, where
transit information is dispensed, and where the drama of urban life can be witnessed in full
flow” (Edwards 2013, pg 173).
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