Most people know very little about the detailed information of the bus shelter. Most people's impression of it is only that it is composed of rest stools, solar panels, bus stop signs and other parts. So, in daily life, how do we determine the size of the shelters we see? What is the size of a typical shelter?
1. The size of the shelter is closely related to the flow of people
As a part of the urban public transportation system, it has the characteristics of high traffic. Therefore, the size design must take into account the factor of the flow of people. Although the main purpose of the shelter is to provide convenience for people waiting for the passing buses. But this is also very easy to cause safety accidents. Some people will wait behind the bus in front, but passengers who need to get on the bus behind will directly enter the driving lane of the motor vehicle and flock to the bus behind. This will lead to a traffic accident. Therefore, the largest basis for determining the size of the shelter is the flow of people.
2. The platform design is related to the size of the shelter
In the final analysis, the shelter is still placed in the bus stop. Moreover, according to the aforementioned principle that the flow of people determines the size, the flow of people at all platforms in a city will account for more than half of the population of the city, and the size of the platform determines the amount of attention. Therefore, the size of the shelter is inextricably linked with it.