Bus shelters changing at the rate of 175 per year 

You may have noticed how some of those old Muni transit shelters are being replaced with new state-of-the-art ones.

All the old shelters will eventually be replaced with the “dynamic, new ‘Wave’ transit stop shelters that are “offering customers a new era of comfort and technology as they wait for buses or trains.”

Half have solar power and a push-to-talk feature so visually impaired people can receive NextMuni information. The new shelters are being funded through a Muni advertising contract and 175 are being installed each year. There are 1,200 transit shelters in The City.

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