bus shelter

bus shelter

n
(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 won its first bus shelter advertising concession in Singapore almost 20 years ago, a symbolic contract which launched JCDecaux local operations.
Since then we have lobbied the parish council who agreed in principle to fund a bus shelter, the council and the highways department.
Mr Stone said: "I have asked council officers whether they envisage this will lead to a reduction in overall bus shelter provision and they have been unable to give an assurance on this.
The driver first hit a bus shelter around 8:15 am (0615 GMT) in the 13th arrondissement -- or district -- in the poorer northern part of the city, before hitting a second bus shelter an hour later in the 11th arrondissement, several km south.
If we get a covered bus shelter, it will be very nice," the expat said.
Also, the bus shelter model proposed by the council is not practical and not in line with the ministry's standards.
There was just one man at the bus shelter when I arrived.
I did not know, because Bus Shelter Man was standing in front of the timetable, looking at his phone and with earphones in, the hiss-hisshiss of a song somehow audible over the sound of the rain battering the roof.
I complained that a bus shelter close to the Black Horse pub in Northfield has had its shelter panels removed, leaving shelter-users splashed from filthy road water and rain.
Centro did not answer my moan WHEN is a bus shelter a bus shelter?
Having learnt a lesson from the December 16 gang rape case, wherein the 23- year- old victim boarded a private bus along with her friend from one such bus shelter in Saket, the department is not leaving anything to chance and is taking every possible precautionary measure.
A 7DAYS reporter was questioned on Thursday as he took photographs of the raids at the bus shelter behind Airport Road Carrefour.