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the streetside glazing makes the stop feel claustrophobic. to stop car splashing, it would probably be enough to have glass 1m high.
Posted Sep 07, 2009 8:09 PM by kavbar

what is the function of the bench outside the bus stop?
Posted Sep 08, 2009 3:09 PM by Ethan

For the 25% chance (chicago) there is a homeless person stinking it up on the inside.
Posted Sep 08, 2009 11:09 PM by Wahler

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Jo's Stop

Submitted by Wahler on September 05, 2009

A rectilinear shelter made of board-form concrete, structural glass, and recycled rough-sawn timber. The glass at the side of the stop facing the street serves to deflect water spraying from passing vehicles, yet open enough to allow ventilation. The board form concrete is only a veneer applied to a steel substructure anchored at the rear of the stop. The skylight allows for natural lighting by day, and is equipped with cove lighting by night. The bus route number is integrated into the concrete veneer as a relief or an extrusion. The stop measures 12’w. × 7′d x 9’h.

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