Unusual Bus Stops Around The World Ross Kimbarovsky | May 21st, 2008
I used to commute by train to my office in the center of Chicago. While walking from the train, I passed many bus stops. In the United States, most bus stops look like the photo below (a bus stop in Chicago).
Recently, I saw a photo of a bus stop in Japan (below) which I think you’ll agree is unusual. It never ceases to amaze that creativity in product design and architecture is without limits.
A few other examples from other countries are below. The photo on the left is a bus stop in the UK (BBC Photo). The photo on the right is a stop in Spain – the Bus Station — designed by Juston Garcia Rubio. The photo below the UK and Spanish stop is a stop in the former Soviet Union.
My favorite is a working bus stop in Ventura California, which looks like a snake house (below). The Ventura stop was designed by Dennis Oppenheim.
Have you seen other unusual stops worth mentioning?