I’ve uploaded the pages describing the Fountain Square transit center, Corryville station, and Highland Heights station. Fountain Square, at the intersection of the Red Line, Orange Line, Gold Line, and Green Line, is the primary transit hub of the Metro Cincinnati system and the gateway to downtown Cincinnati. Corryville was selected as an example of a typical deep-bore subway station in an urban setting, and Highland Heights was selected as an example of a typical above-ground station in a suburban location.
Forthcoming updates will include some fine-tuning of the routes and maps, further explanation of the design process for the station architecture, information regarding proposed streetcar service, and a written background exploring the history of urban rail transit in general and public transit in Cincinnati in particular. A final draft of the project will be ready for review by my academic committee by March 1st.
As always, your feedback is appreciated.