Each year with considerable fanfare domestic and import automobile manufacturers introduce new car models; Pantone announces a new color palette and new DOT rules and regulations are published. Rarely is there an announcement about new passenger amenities, so we’re taking on that challenge. Passenger amenities
you may recall are the benches, bike storage systems, passenger shelters; trash receptacles and signage that you might find at a bus stop, transfer centers or light rail station.
Bus stop shelters are the heart and soul of any bus or transit system and they reflect the aspirations of a city. The Eclipse
passenger shelters are modern updates on passenger protection against the elements. Designed with multiple roof styles, modular components, hidden fasteners and the ability to customize as needed, these prefabricated and engineered shelter will update the appearance of any city.
Bike shelter as first and last mile connectors are also important elements in the transportation mobility toolbox. Like their bus shelter cousins, bike shelters have a reputation for being rather non-descript and boring. The Vizor and Aspen bicycle shelters are designed to change that idea. The Vizor
bike shelter has a hip contemporary industrial design. Communities with a nature, rural or rustic surrounding will appreciate the Aspen
bike shelter with its’ powder coated wood grain finish.