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bus shelter

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(Civil Engineering) a covered structure at a bus stop providing protection against the weather for people waiting for a bus
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JCDecaux SA, the number one outdoor advertising company worldwide and the number one OOH media company in Singapore, has been awarded an exclusive seven-year contract for managing advertising and maintaining 1,459 bus shelters across Singapore (population: above 5.
Since 1996, many bus shelters have been provided by a private firm called Clear Channel UK, an arrangement which generates no income for the council but saves them money on maintenance and provision.
Since 1996, many bus shelters have been provided by a firm called Clear Channel UK, an arrangement which generates no income for the council but saves them money on maintenance and provision.
At least one person was killed and another injured in Marseille on Monday when a car crashed into two bus shelters in different parts of the French city, police said.
TAP)- At least one person was killed and another injured in Marseille on Monday when a car crashed into two bus shelters in different parts of the French city, police said.
Summary: RTA has plans to install bus shelters in International City by 4th quarter of 2017
Bahrain: A proposal to provide air-conditioned bus shelters for thousands of Muharraq schoolchildren has been vetoed.
Some consider bus shelters to be unrelentingly grim places, populated by miserable people who wish they had their own cars and were not at the mercy of lightly-regulated bus operators.
A contract has been awarded for the construction of 400 air-conditioned and non-air-conditioned bus shelters in Dubai.
Lane Transit District has installed solar-powered lighting at 15 of its bus shelters.
Come on, don't they get enough free perks as it is for wasting public money on painting bus shelters etc?
Instead it addressed other issues like bus shelters being more advertising platforms rather than for the protection of awaiting bus passengers.