Christ United Methodist Church (CUMC) reached out to the IDEA Center to assess and provide recommendations to improve their wayfinding system. The final product was a clear and well-organized wayfinding system for CUMC that reduces the physical and cognitive burden on visitors and members of all abilities.
Some day in the not-so-distant future, transit experts predict, Buffalo commuters will whiz to work in driverless cars that steer and park themselves.
A group of University at Buffalo architects and researchers is looking to create a bridge for builders to access the latest design trends.
UB shows off its driverless shuttle bus Olli during a forum on driverless vehicles at UB South Campus. Students and staff have been testing the driverless bus on the North Campus for the past year.
Historically, there’s often been a disconnect between the research that universities do related to transit and the actual policies and practices introduced by transit agencies. The research might be promising, but the links haven’t always been made to practical implementation.
Speakers Susanne Tauke, owner and president of New American Homes, a custom builder and developer in the Chicago area, and Beth Tauke, associate dean in the School of Architecture and Planning at the University at Buffalo-SUNY, pointed to four specific needs in bathrooms: