Putting users at the heart of designing Smart Stations

June 28, 2019
Train stations are at the heart of a public transport network, facilitating the movement of people, linking us with the places we live, work and play. To continue to fulfil their role in our communities, and respond to the diverse needs of users and operators, they need to be smart. Aurecon’s User Centred Design team was engaged by Transport for NSW (TfNSW) to explore and define a ‘smart station’ as part of the Transport Access Program (TAP). Learn how the team used the Aurecon Design to Innovate approach to uncover the needs of users, and develop 14 unique concepts that put users at the heart of design. Read more about the project: https://bit.ly/306o0EY
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