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Category: Student Designs
Design: Matthew Vergin, Ryan Callahan, College for Creative Studies (U.S.)
The Structural Economic Expansion in Detroit (SEED) mass transit system is an easily expandable, two-level, elevated mag-lev system meant to connect Detroit with the surrounding economies in Pontiac and Ann Arbor. The system was designed to revitalize the city of Detroit, reduce urban sprawl, and create tightly organized communities around the transit stops.