Fulton. Transit. The Fulton Street catchment area for the transit system comprises a remarkable seven stations of the subway and PATH. These are centered on Fulton Street and extend south to Cortlandt Street. (The map shows PATH and the 6 connected and the E extended.) --. INDEX. END. BACK.
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Fulton Transit The Fulton Street catchment area for the transit system comprises a remarkable seven stations of the subway and PATH. These are centered on Fulton Street and extend south to Cortlandt Street. (The map shows PATH and the 6 connected and the E extended.) -- INDEX END BACK NEXT
Fulton Station The eastern four subway stations are connected by a system of ramps and stairs that fill much of the volume of Fulton street. The construction of the PATH Lex station is an opportunity to extend this volume west and connect the remaining stations in the Fulton Street catchment area. It is also an opportunity to incorporate escalators and handicap access to the entire complex. -- INDEX END BACK NEXT
Fulton Access Building on its access to the transit system and its shopping, Fulton Street should be redesigned to better serve pedestrians. The sidewalks should be widened, leaving only enough roadway for emergency, delivery, and service vehicles. The transit system should be celebrated rather than hidden. Entrances to the stations should be located prominently along the street rather than squeezed along its edge. The typical width of the street is 53 feet. Redesign the street for pedestrians, keeping 12 feet along each side for walking and access to buildings and using half of the center for an emergency and service vehicle lane and the other half for access to the subway complex and for open air cafes. -- INDEX END BACK NEXT