Kellner, Joseph A.
Master of Architecture
Entrepot 69 is a linear community of travelers and transporters segregated for speed and industrial efficiency, remarkable due to the scale and complexity of interchange. It is a new landscape of revenue generating semi-permeable landmarks, mitigating this openly privatized intrusion through service and transfer areas where the benefits from this concentration of flows, both human and material, take place in heretofore under utilized dead zones---the location for the entrepot. An entrepot is defined as a place where goods are stored or deposited and from which they are distributed. Historically, they were seaports where goods moved from ship to ground transportation. This project appropriates an existing proposal to expand the transportation network of Texas, combines it with the variables that generate the parametric of optimal freeway design and then adds programs to serve this multi-modal system in order to create a super-effective corridor, satisfying all in-network demands.