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The Open Gate System Invites Two-Way Transit Traffic

 - Aug 2, 2011
References: designk2l & core77designawards
At the beginning and end of the working day, the city is packed with people endeavoring to travel between their homes and their offices, and in an attempt to streamline the process of entering terminals for public transportation, the Open Gate System has a priority for flow.

Unlike many subway concourse entrances, this suggestion incorporates turnstiles without the turnstile mechanism. Sleek dividers help to control pedestrian traffic into the underground and provide swipe pass-reading technologies to deduct travel fares through the Korea Smart Card system. A pause would no longer be necessary, and nor would the existing concept of "one at a time." Passengers can swiftly pass through DesignK2L's Open Gate System and down to their train platforms without frustrating rushed commuters behind them.