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    Commuter Wellbeing in Train Stations

    I asked a few questions which you didn't have to reply to if you didn't want to but you did - if you are not going to provide any constructive discussion please don't participate. As I replied previously with, in general, commuters tend to have worse mental states/ wellbeing in train stations...
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    Commuter Wellbeing in Train Stations

    she is indeed Thank you!!!
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    Commuter Wellbeing in Train Stations

    I agree, it's definitely a project for everyone however when you look at the demographics, it is mostly commuters who have worse mental health/wellbeing, due to how busy it is at those times of the day and how stressed people are trying to get to work on time/ or get home quickly.
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    Commuter Wellbeing in Train Stations

    Ok thanks for your input. I'm not cancelling this project, I find it really interesting that theres endless possibilities to design stations to give people better travelling experiences and i'm gaining valuable insight from 'most' of this feed to help me.
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    Commuter Wellbeing in Train Stations

    I'm glad you asked and I should've explained it in more detail in my initial post. Joy differs for everyone, but I believe you don't have to be 'happy' to experience joy. Joy is what you feel when you experience an intense moment of positivity due to a flurry of endorphins. Sometimes you might...
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    Commuter Wellbeing in Train Stations

    I am a Product Design Engineering Masters student in Glasgow looking into the ways in which we could enlighten joy and increase commuter wellbeing in train stations, specifically focusing on two stages of the train user journey. The first being the ticket barriers and the second being when...

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