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Martin Necas’ Design
Designer Martin Necas’ veered away from technological components in this ergonomic and stylish bus shelter. It’s an elegant and modern design for a waiting area which is considerably roomy and holds 4-6 passengers with space for a stroller or a wheelchair.
Project Bottlestop was created by a University of Kentucky student who employed softdrink bottles which were equipped with solar powered LED lights to form walls. At daytime, the bottles store the energy from the sunlight then it uses the stored energy to illuminate the structure at night.
YBR Bus Shelter
Eliel Cabrera designed an eco-friendly and hi-tech bus stop which uses solar panels for energy, adapts to the needs of mother nature and also communicates with mobile phones with route and schedule information.
Hi-tech San Francisco Bus Stop
Silicon Valley will be seeing more of these high tech bus stops which will offer WiFi. It will also be environmentally friendly by incorporating LED lights which use solar energy and are built entirely of recycled components. By the end of this year, 1000 of these will be installed in San Francisco.
Fitness First’s Weighing Bus Stop
When a person sits on the bench of this bus stop, it will show them their actual weight. Fitness First, the Netherlands-based health club operator, planned to put weight meters or weighing scales in some of the bus shelters in Amsterdam in order to promote a healthy living.