Transportation

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Shelters

According to the Project for Public Places on shelters:

A good shelter is an essential part of any successful urban mass-transit system. What constitutes “good,” however, depends upon your point of view.

From the perspective of the city agency that is responsible for its management, a good shelter is one that has low maintenance requirements and is vandal-resistant.

From the rider’s point of view, an ideal shelter is one that allows visibility and easy access to the bus, is comfortable and convenient, provides clear information, and is safe.

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Both viewpoints are equally important to consider, because an unused shelter is a waste of money and an unnecessary maintenance problem. A well-designed, comfortable shelter can make waiting for a bus a pleasant — and even interesting — experience! Unfortunately, many poorly designed shelters also exist.

To decide what type of shelter to use in a particular area requires an analysis of existing and anticipated conditions, as well as some knowledge of the characteristics of good shelter location and design.

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