public transportation, Chicago, infrastructure, network, identity, interaction
"This thesis proposes to counter the 'genericness' of network identity in public transportation through the transformation of two nodes along the network of the 'L' in Chicago, Illinois.... Through this thesis investigation, the larger network of public transportation infrastructure is particularized by the introduction of new urban program that not only reveals the identities of a given place, but also helps to construct a richer identity throughout the entire network."
Wangberg, Dena M., "vertica 'L' exchange: Public Interaction and Community Identity Along the 'L' in Chicago" (2007). Architecture Thesis Prep. 18.