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With its rapid surge in popularity, are on-demand services like Über and Divvy the city’s next transit system? Let’s find out.

The DeTerminal station (pictured here at Pulaski and Peterson) looks to update that least integrated piece of CTA real estate, the dedicated bus turnaround station, by inviting new forms of urban movement. Modified bike-share stations, car-share pickup areas and online shopping drop-off lockers expand the reach of bus stations beyond their nearby walkable distances.

DeTerminal reimagines underused and vital real estate in ways that could not have been anticipated when the bus turnarounds were first built.

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