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From bustling city centres to rural countryside bus stops, bus shelters offer a higher level of protection from the weather conditions as well as a place to sit for passengers waiting for their bus to arrive. The uses for bus shelters are extensive, being beneficial for hospitals, office facilities, shuttle bus locations, airports and more. For large organisations whose staff often rely on public transport, a covered bus stop shelter will be a welcome addition to protect them from the wind, rain and snow.

At Speedy Street Solutions, we are leading street furniture suppliers and work with you to come up with the perfect outdoor solution. We even offer bespoke solutions, designing and manufacturing products according to your unique needs. If you are looking for bespoke bike shelters or bus shelters to fit in with its surroundings, speak to a member of our professional team to discuss the options available to you.

Our Range of Bus Shelters

One of the most popular bus shelters amongst our customers is the Cantilever bus shelter. Manufactured using mild steel to support the steel powder coated canopy, you can be assured that this option is built to last for many more years to come. Made to order, choose the bus stop shelter features to meet your individual requirements, from seating options to the type of finish.

The Topa bus shelter utilises the latest innovative construction, achieving elegance without sacrificing the quality. As one of our more flexible bus stop shelter options, you can choose the size, glass and assembly options, as well as the smaller details including the time table case, bin and bench options. These bus shelters are based on a solid steel construction from closed steel profiles, competing with aluminium shelters at a much lower price.

For areas notorious for vandalism, the anti-vandal bus shelter is the perfect solution. We offer the option to add a galvanised finish, a process consisting of submerging the steel into a zinc coating. This process provides long term protection from corrosion and deterioration from being exposed to the elements. The underground fix and steel panelling contribute to a sturdy and highly durable bus stop shelter which will maintain its new look for years to come.

Choose your Bus Stop Shelter

If you have decided on the best bus stop shelter for you or would like to speak to a member of the team for some expert advice, contact us today. On top of bus shelters, we offer an extensive range of outdoor furniture which includes bollards, sheffield cycle stands, litter bins, road traffic signs and more. Our customer centric approach means we strive to provide fully comprehensive solutions for all of your outdoor furniture needs, providing high quality products at affordable prices. Speedy Street Solutions have extensive experience in jobs of all sizes, so whether you’re looking for a simple solution for your property or a large scale commercial project, no challenge is too big for us to overcome.

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Bus Shelter FAQs

What are the main purposes of a bus shelter?

The main purpose of bus shelters is to provide a comfortable enclosed are for people to wait for the bus. Their size depends on context. For example, bigger shelters are used at major transfer points such as large stations where there are multiple bus routes or airports where a lot of people are waiting for buses.

Do you need planning permission to erect a new bus shelter?

Even on private land there are considerations to be taken. Unfortunately, shops, officed, bars and restaurant do no have permitted development rights and therefore, new structures such as bus shelters require permission.

On public land, planning permission is required to erect a bus stop on public land, such as a public road or highway. However, there are extra considerations to be take account of. Firstly, it’s important to get permission from the land’s owner. Furthermore, roads and dual carriageways are owned by the local authority, therefore permission will need to be granted for these types of areas.

What makes a good bus shelter?

A good bus shelter should be sturdy and made from high-quality materials that are designed to last long. Not only do they need to withstand cold weathering such as rain, but they also need to withstand the effects of the sun. Additionally, correct material choice will ensure there’s less likelihood of rust, rot, and corrosion. Most importantly, users need to feel safe, secure, and protected while using it.

What’s the best location for a bus shelter?

The location is pivotal in the efficiency of a bus shelter. It should be placed in a handy spot, set back from the kerb and walkways. There should be easy access with clear exit and entry points.