Does your stop deserve more?

by Andy Thi

Location: 15th ave. S. and S. Orcas St., Beacon Ave. S. and S. Holly St., Beacon Ave. S. and S. Lander St., 12 Ave. S. between S. Weller. St and S. Jackson St., Broadway and E Howell St.

The King County Metro Bus service is a big source for transportation in Seattle, Washington. People of all ages can use the service to commute anywhere that provides this service in the area. Even though it provides the same transportation service for everyone, it doesn’t provide the same image and service on the area of a bus stop. Provided service like shelter, garbage disposals, benches, offer items to read near by while waiting for the bus, and etc. All these provided services create different images for these bus stops. The services that are provided by the bus stop also depend on the amount of users that use the stop daily. So this is why these bus stops don’t look the same and provide the same functions it serves.

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