Hello again. This will be a quick entry, that will finally fit in the description of the CJ: Me asking for help and doing stuff.
This is how Bellingham looks right now: A Sprawling metropolis with almost 3 mi people in it. Every metropolis have its problems with transportation Bellingham's is called Bandeirantes Avenue.
Crossing with Avenida dos Campeões, another big arterial road of the city
In few years, the avenue became one of the biggest cores of the city, with 64000 vehicles per day in it's five lanes per direction. All this complex it's right now this avenue is being serviced only by one subway station, Estação Bandeirantes of Line 1, one of the most used stations of the metro system.
Graphic representation of the usage of the stations and the services
Image of the station itself
This and the need of servicing more specifically like
- Traditional neighborhoods
Neighborhood Jardim 8 de Março and the Avenida 8 de Março Expressway
- Another Crowded Metro station
Nearby of the Finas Artes Station
- Parks and Landmarks
Parque Iguaçu in the left bottom
Sambadrome of Bellingham
Led the city to design a new subway line, linking those points:
Map of the designed line:
Line With stations: Transfer stations are in red
What do you think? Good Plan? Or waste of time and money? Another thing that you want to propose?