Lloyd & Associates proposed a large, circular shaped park surrounding a train station, with the mainline of St Michael’s running underneath the train station. “Frontage side streets” would serve local traffic while thru traffic traveled the length of St. Mike’s…
Lloyd & Associates Architects (Santa Fe) took a bold approach to a future St. Michael’s Boulevard that features roundabouts at all of the currently signalized intersections. Pedestrians would be afforded 22-foot wide sidewalks on each side of St. Michael’s with an additional 22-foot landscaped median running down the center of the boulevard.
The centerpiece of the Lloyd & Associates design is a large, circular shaped park surrounding a proposed train station with the mainline of St. Michael’s running underneath the train station area. St. Michael’s would split into side streets for local traffic while maintaining through traffic traveling the length of St. Michael’s Boulevard.
The train station would feature a solar/wind “orchard” of turbines; quiet, efficient and architecturally unique. While new multistoried buildings would front St. Michael’s, the train station area would provide the focus of energy & activity located at the heart of the new St. Michael’s district.