Things to Consider

This section outlines some of the key features of our shelters and also provides some general information regarding orientation and siting of a shelter.

Information regarding shelter configurations, typical clearances required around the shelter and also material and finishes are covered here.

If you require any further detailed information please get in contact with our sales department.

Shelter Overview

The diagram below outlines the standard elements that make up a typical Queensbury bus shelter. These elements may vary depending on the shelter style.
Shelter Overview

Shelter Overview

1- Flag Brackets: Can be fitted to all shelters, removing the need for separate bus stop poles and reducing street clutter. Please note the printed bus stop flag will be supplied by others.

2- Lighting: LED lighting can be supplied with your shelter. We can provide either mains or solar powered kits.

3- Glazing: Toughened glass is specified as standard. Where vandalism is a concern we recommend polycarbonate, which is a virtually unbreakable alternative. Other glazing options include anti graffiti polycarbonate, solid panels, mesh panels and glass reinforced plastic (GRP).

4- Mid Rails: Depending on the shelter design, mid rails are used. These can be supplied colour matched to the rest of the shelter or in a contrasting colour for enhanced visibility and safety.

5- Seating: A wide range of seating and handle styles are available for your shelter.

6- Timetable Cases: Available in various sizes to accept timetable or poster information. They are finished to match the shelter.

7- RTPI: Our shelters can accommodate Real Time Passenger Information displays. Shelters can be supplied with brackets and cabling to accept RTPI units. RTPI units will be supplied by others.

Further Information: Further information on all of these items can be found in the Shelters Accessories section.