I plan to design and contract the build of wi-fi enabled solar-powered air-conditioned/heated bus stop (similar concept to the Pflugerville electric charging station) that can provide shelter to commuters while waiting for the bus. The power generated by the structure will be able to charge 8-seat golf carts, an electronic community board and vertical farms. Golf carts will be used by residents to get to and from their homes esp. in areas where sidewalks are not available/inaccessible. Carts will be driven by community volunteers (following the DriveaSenior model) to the bus stop and the cart will charge at the bus stop until commuters return to their neighborhoods. The Electronic community board will host AuntBertha and commuters will be able to post community-related information (like the Soofa's digital bulletin). The vertical farms will grow vegetables, herbs, and fruits as agreed to by the community-at-large. Gardening responsibilities will be shared by the community. Produce will be available for the picking (when ready as in the case of herbs) or when the harvest is announced. The Community Transit Hub will encourage communication and awareness of each other's neighbors in a pleasant and practical way. East Austin will be the first community in the entire Austin area that will have Community Transit Hubs.