Ecoshel Sustainable Bus Shelter by Tiffany Roddis
Increasing number of personal vehicles is not only stranding the urban roads with messy jams, but they are posing a serious threat to the environment as well. To encourage more and more people to use public transportation, British designer Tiffany Roddis has developed a new, attractive and environmentally friendly bus stop called the “Ecoshel” that helps in reducing the impact of carbon emissions from transportation. Integrating solar panels, electric generators and pressure pads to reproduce its own electricity and heat, the sustainable bus stop only uses those materials that can be reused or recycled without leaving any carbon footprint.
Replacing the complicated timetables with a new color-coded main head-stream to resolve the frustration of late buses, the Ecoshel also features an easy-read route finder and GPS signals to accommodate and guide passengers so they could reach their destinations on time. The hi-tech bus shelter with its eco credentials is sure to attract people toward public transportation.
Designer: Tiffany Roddis | Source: Thedesignblog.org