Minimum Bus Stops

Note photo does not show curb ramps and pedestrian connectivity

Note photo does not show curb ramps and pedestrian connectivity

Omnitrans Minimum bus stops contain the following features:

  • Curb Ramps
  • Sidewalk Connections
  • Bus Pole with Signage and Route Information
  • Landing Pads/Boarding Area
  • NexTrip Systems

Preferred Bus stops

Note photo does not show curb ramps and pedestrian connectivity

Note photo does not show curb ramps and pedestrian connectivity

Omnitrans Preferred bus stops contain the following features:

  • Curb Ramps
  • Sidewalk Connections
  • Bus Pole with Signage and Route Information
  • Landing Pads/Boarding Area
  • Trash Receptacles
  • Bus Shelter with Lighting
  • Bus Bench
  • Newspaper and Vendor Boxes
  • Landscape Features
  • NexTrip Systems

 

Enhanced Bus stops

Pictures of Developer designed stations. Note photo does not show curb ramps and pedestrian connectivity

Pictures of Developer designed stations. Note photo does not show curb ramps and pedestrian connectivity

The design of bus stop waiting areas and the provision of amenities that enhance security and comfort play a significant role in a person’s decision to use transit. Passenger amenities are installed at selected bus stops to improve passenger comfort and the relative attractiveness of transit as a transportation alternative. High Ridership stations generally include:

  • Shelter with lighting
  • Bus Bench
  • Bicycle Parking
  • Curb Ramps
  • Sidewalk Connections
  • Bus Pole with Signage and Route Information
  • Landing Pads
  • Trash Receptacles
  • Newspaper and Vendor Boxes
  • Landscape Features
  • NexTrip Systems

For More Information please see Section 6 and Section 8 of the Transit Design Guidelines.