Last week, I mentioned the oddness, uncleanliness, and at times, just plain unmaintained nature of bus shelters. I mean they, in theory, should be a small, three-wall box where you are protected from the elements. I get so mad at their failure to stay well, clean. Being clean and or useable beyond the 'shelter' part is outside of their jurisdiction.
Yes, the schedule. I have an issue with it.
Yes, bus shelters. As a bus rider, I've encountered my fair share of them. I mean some stops don't even have them. So finding out especially on a blisteringly hot day, or a rain filled one should be a God-send, right? Wrong. Nope, these little shelters tend to be rather random in condition, how much coverage they provide and how gross they are.
As I wait around for the first bus in my daily commute, I look around my surroundings. OK level of care taken to my bus shelter. IE, it isn't covered in copious amounts of graffiti, gum or trash. People, despite the stereotype, actually aren't terrible to hang around with. Most, like me, simply want to go to point A to point B.