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It's a good design that didn't deserve the trivial explanation. One should wait in anticipation of a surprise birthday gift, not of the bus. That's what information panels are made for--certainty, not anticipation.
Posted Aug 09, 2009 1:08 AM by palazzo

One does not wait at all for a surprise birthday gift, because one isn't aware of a surprise birthday gift. Anticipation requires a knowledge or expectation of an future event, which hopefully one expects at a bus stop. Hardly trivial.
Posted Aug 09, 2009 3:08 PM by tommymanuel

My apologies. Thanks for the positive review nonetheless.
Posted Aug 09, 2009 3:08 PM by tommymanuel

your exploded axonometric is nifty. it's nice to see the consideration of construction.
Posted Aug 17, 2009 10:08 PM by detsea

Detsa, thanks. Technically it's not an axonometric, rather a perspective. The technique does help in visualizing the assembly.
Posted Aug 18, 2009 2:08 PM by tommymanuel

Hope the brakes work.
Posted Aug 28, 2009 1:08 PM by DLamb

DLamb, This design doesn't have brakes. Oh, you mean the bus. Gee, what a revelation! I don't think I'll ever be able to walk down the sidewalk again. All those automobiles out there, who knows if their brakes work, or if the drivers will suddenly have a heart attack and careen off the road and into my path! Oh, dear, me! I think I should stay inside forever. Wait, was that a airplane overhead? Haha!
Posted Aug 29, 2009 12:08 PM by tommymanuel

SuWeiYin, structural glazing refers to the fins on the street side of the bus stop.
Posted Aug 29, 2009 4:08 PM by tommymanuel

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Submitted by tommymanuel on August 07, 2009

This bus stop shelter developed out of the experience of waiting in anticipation for the next bus arrival. The shelter is comprised of a concrete bench, aluminum framing, and structural glazing.

Sponsored by the Utah Transit Authority, Federal Transit Authority and The University of Utah