Reclaiming Transit Wastelands. Urban mobility patterns are shifting from the automobile to pedestrian, cycling, and public transit; therefore, cities are installing more bus stops, bike paths, and walking trails. While this micro infrastructure creates an expansive network of physical and social connections throughout a city, it leaves behind remnants of land in the urban fabric – some small and awkward, some vast and open – that do not warrant traditional use. These residual transit spaces are often vacant, underutilized, and disconnected from their neighborhoods. This project activates these places as a hub of social gathering within a local neighborhood but also as part of a city-wide network of micro transit nodes that address a need and desire for public space. The design methodology includes an analysis and intervention for three different sites: desolate corporate plaza, urban fragment, and post-industrial brownfield. Each is cultivated for a customized experience for each neighborhood.