Bus Shelters are used to protect bus users from rainfall. Using bus shelters helps to coincide with public transport use and overall safety for commuters. They can protect passengers from rain and can keep them dry before scheduled buses arrive.
Installing bus shelters also provides a visual aid for everyday bus stops. Having a shelter in place makes the bus stop much more visible to passengers. They are commonly used in urban environments.
Bus stop shelters are commonly made from steel frames. The steel supports allow a roof section to be installed on top which provides cover to passengers. Depending on the shelter it may come with glass or full steel panels for the rear and sides.
There are several benefits to installing bus shelters. They can -
Most bus shelters have a facility to display bus schedules and advertisements. This provides a more pleasing design for bus passengers and helps to provide everything required for a public bus shelter setup.
The KUBE Bus Shelter provides an excellent option for public transport routes. The shelter comes flat-packed for easy self install on site. The modern design allows it to fit perfectly with city and town streetscapes. The galvanised steel helps to protect from rusting over time and provides long term use.
The shelter uses glass rear and side for an attractive look. It can also be equipped with an integral timetable to display information to passengers. Choose from up to standard steel colours, allowing you to cater to your design in mind.
The Voute Bus Shelter can help to create a more closed shelter space. The curved roof helps to repel rainwater to avoid it dripping down onto passengers. Again the glass can be inserted easily using the integral clamping system on the frame of the bus shelter.
To provide increased passenger comfort don't forget to include a perch seat. Perch seats allow passengers to rest and can make the shelter more appealing.