Originally Posted by Tony
I'm willing to bet that every bus shelter on the continent or even in the world has an open bottom. What is your complaint?
My point is that I often have to wait up to 60 minutes in wet cold wintry weather for the next bus,
and I find most shelters to be inadequate (even the newest ones).
I am sure the OC Transpo administrators would agree if they would use them as I do.
Even the major shelters at Hurdman, Blair, Billings Bridge, South Keys, Baseline have major fundamental design flaws.
At Hurdman, why does the roof (with no wall) only 7 feet wide when it could be 40 feet wide?
Just go there wait for the bus on the next freezing sunday night.
Hurdman station from Google Maps:
These shelters are in Longueuil and Brossard (on South Shore of Montreal):