The Bay Area is notoriously bad for traffic congestion in many regards, including major highways, local streets, and public transportation. The infrastructure could not support the rapid expansion of its population.
While this is a deeply multi-faceted issue to address, our SJSU Industrial Design class formed teams so conceptualize and model a full-scale Cabin for a theoretical autonomous transit network that would operate above ground-level.
A continuous light strip wraps the perimeter of the interior's ceiling to provide a subtle, feathered glow.
360-degree view of the city landscape through tinted glass windows for privacy and sun protection
Double sliding doors offer maximum clearance for entry and exit while remaining minimally obtrusive on the outside.