‘Shareway’ is a concept that connects public and individual transport to a single artery
(Image: Höweler+Yoon Architecture)

“Shareway” presents a vision of transport infrastructure in 2030

By Donna Taylor
January 21, 2013

American-based architectural studio Höweler + Yoon Architecture has developed an intriguing concept for modern urban infrastructure between Boston and Washington called “Boswash.” Central to the design of this imagined mega-region is the firm’s “Shareway” design – a bundled transport concept that seeks to redress the nightmare of the urban commute by connecting public and individual transport to a single artery along the 450 mile (724 km) route of the existing Interstate 95.

The concept landed Höweler + Yoon the 2012 Audi Urban Future Award which aims to understand the cities of the future, and answer the question ‘in which form will individual mobility be possible?’ through the study of city development, global urban planning and their relevance for future mobility. The submission was selected for it’s potential to be realized within the 2030 timeframe and as the most thoroughly resolved response to the brief.

Read more: "Shareway" presents a vision of transport infrastructure in 2030 — gizmag.

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