Though bus stops installations range from a simple pole and sign, to a rudimentary shelter, to full blown buildings, many don’t realize that a bus stop in its own humble way is as important as regimented fleet of buses. And so here is Martin Necas with his concept of a stop for public transport. Focusing on ergonomics, this concept is roomy enough to sit 4-6 patiently or edgily waiting folks. The more hurried ones can stand under the roof. The guy is considerate enough to reserve some space for a stroller or a wheel chair too if needed. Intended to be erected out of concrete, the glass edge on one side adds a bit of elegance. The benches are crafted from hard wood and galvanized steel.
Since these kinda stops fall a victim to vandalism, it is also supposed to be vandalism resistant. But then what about the glass edge?
And the bus will stop here!
Ergonomically designed bus stop by Martin Necas
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