The area I chose for my design lies within Indianapolis, IN. A few years ago, the basketball arena known as Market Square was demolished in order to build a new facility for the Pacers, and after its demolition, the city continued to use it as a parking lot until further ideas emerged. As the city continues to grow, a broader transit system might have to be instituted, whether it is bus or metro, and I see this site as an opportunity to expand Indyís boundaries. There is a possibility that it could be linked with other parks downtown. My inspiration came from the planning of Singaporeís transit system. Each stop is not only a stop but is also a public park space as well. It is aesthetically pleasing, and it encourages those who are passing through to slow down. One way I achieve this is by placing several nodes throughout the space. Things such as trickling water and gathering spaces with comfortable atmosphere create these nodes that create interest. One thing I noticed in Singapore was the vast amount of green within the city mingled between the high-rise buildings. This is partially due to the climate, but there are ways in which this could work in a less humid environment like Indiana. It immediately made the spaces between buildings feel safer and made me want to spend more time in the city. I didnít even notice the transit stop until I came upon it, which was even hidden behind more green.