This diagram represents the conceptual arrangement of elements contained within a node: public spaces, transit platforms, and points of circulation and program. The primary public space blurs into its urban context and feeds into all modes of transit equally. the connection between the public spaces and the transit modes shall provide moments of inquiry and discovery (to include but not limited toL framed views of circulation and the city). The secondary public spaces function as facilitators of culture as a moment of pause between the modes of transit. Additionally each mode is accessible by secondary points of entry that tie the node ino the community it serves. Surround and in between the platforms and public spaces are kiosks, shops, and even offices or apartments depending on the scale, scope, and density of the node and neighborhood.