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Pimping Penn Station: Rethinking North America's Busiest Train Depot

The busiest train station in America is a cramped warren with a glorious legacy.

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By: Alex Goldmark\n
This post also appears on Transportation Nation.\n
Verdant spirals, heroic domes, river views and, of course, speedy trains: these are some of the possibilities imagined, and visualized in a challenge to redesign Penn Station. Have a look at what four top architecture firms dreamed up.
SHoP Architects:\n

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New York's Bicycle Corpses, Curated as Art

The underbelly of New York's cycling boom is a graveyard of abandoned bikes. A crowdsourced photo exhibit of the detritus is now on display.

New York City has experienced a biking boom in recent years, but the flip side of that trend is oddly sinister: hundreds of abandoned bicycle corpses are rotting away all over the five boroughs, and it’s a lot harder to get rid of them than you might think.

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