Bus shelters

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Bus shelters
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Frame in galvanized powder-coated steel with RAL code...

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Structure in galvanized steel customized with decoration...

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City Design offers a wide range of lighting for bus shelters, trams, railway stations and public areas. These products combine functionality with...

City Design offers a wide range of lighting for bus shelters, trams, railway stations and public areas. These products combine functionality...

City Design offers a wide range of lighting for bus shelters, trams, railway stations and public areas. These products combine functionality...

City Design offers a wide range of lighting for bus shelters, trams, railway stations and public areas. These products combine functionality...

City Design offers a wide range of lighting for bus shelters, trams, railway stations and public areas. These products combine functionality...

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A bus shelter made of S235JR tubular steel with 2 shatterproof, safety...

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Design Tobia Repossi
The simple design of this AISI 304 tubular steel...

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Accoya wood has been used in the redevelopment of some 40 year old bus shelters owned by Auckland Transport. The project was completed in time for...

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Eight single-seat bus shelters in Tucson, Arizona are specially designed to protect waiting passengers from extreme sun and heat.

For this desert environment, the City of Tucson had a rigid set of requirements -...

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How to choose this product

bus-shelter

The impact of bus shelters on the urban environment of large cities can be significant. They are increasingly the work of internationally known architects and designers.

Applications

Such structures are differentiated by their size and constituent elements, including seating and traditional or digital information displays. They are found all along urban and intercity tram and bus lines.

Technologies

More and more shelters feature real-time displays informing riders of the wait time for the next bus, as well as possible delays, schedule or route changes.

How to choose

Manufacturers offer a range of products to meet varying requirements. Choice will depend primarily on typical local weather, including the strength and direction of prevailing winds, precipitation and sunlight. The integration of advertising space can reduce the operational costs of the public transport system.

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