High Speed Rail: Arriving in San Francisco

transbay

When you get on that swanky new bullet train at Los Angeles Union Station for a weekend excursion to San Francisco, here is what your destination might look like.

Curbed SF has the new renderings for the Transbay Transit Center, which will feature “fountains spurting whenever a bus passes by underneath,” and San Francisco’s modern day version of our own Angels Flight (which may, or may not be re-opened by then). Look for it in the simulated animation at 1:32.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q4x-B8vyu28[/youtube]

3 Replies to “High Speed Rail: Arriving in San Francisco”

  1. So that means LA is really going to need to get busy creating their own bitchin’ diorama and youtube. Now that we’re paying for it I want it built now. Now if they can come up with a fare structure that makes it cheaper for a family than driving and it will really empty the 5 fast.

  2. So that means LA is really going to need to get busy creating their own bitchin’ diorama and youtube. Now that we’re paying for it I want it built now.

  3. I like the fountains that spurt whenever a train passes. Because the symbology of trains in tunnels wasn’t obvious enough to some people.

Comments are closed.