In many cities, bus schedules are merely guidelines, susceptible to change the moment that roadway flow becomes unpredictable. The Dublin City Bus Shelter is designed specifically to communicate waiting times to patient passengers should delays come about.
A long panel of LED lighting glows either green, yellow or red to suggest the approximate distance of the next anticipated shuttle. Green indicates that it's arriving at the bus stop, yellow means there is less than a 10 minute wait, and finally a red signal implies that your ride is more than 10 minutes away. While a schedule is printed within the refuge, approaching passengers may be better informed with this color-coded system. For instance, they are here afforded the option to pop into a shop before commencing their wait, should they notice a red glow within the Dublin City Bus Shelter.
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The Dublin City Bus Shelter Glows Green When Your Ride Arrives
- By: Amelia RoblinAug 16, 2011