Solar Bus Shelters

Ozark Regional Transit just received over $300k for bus shelters in Fayetteville. The shelters will be located in high traffic areas and trail areas.

I think it would be cool to go with a design like this although we might only get one shelter out of the deal. Just saying...

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I'm sure we can come up with a shelter that is 'cool' looking, well built, and within our price range. Bus shelters shouldn't look like prison cells on the side of the road. The shelter will indicate the kind of city we are so choose wisely.

I think we should keep in line with Fayetteville Funky. I think either a very natural earthy one or an unusual one like at this website: http://www.toxel.com/inspiration/2009/05/01/15-unusual-and-creative-bus-stops/
But I like something that uses solar led lighting, green, simple, cheap. No stark metal modern thing, thats great for a big city, but Fayetteville should be different. How about a "Woodstock" style!!

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