At a time when all pay a tribute, even if only verbally, to the promotion of public transportation, one of the functionalities of public space is to accommodate attractive conditions for the waiting of busses, trams and so on.
Attractive means safe, comfortable in all seasons, useful (signs, infos), and well maintained. Nothing evident when you see that it has not always been considered as such. No doubt that it has now become a real collective demand. Does it mean that this demand is satisfied?
Contrary to a lecture about bus stops, this series is a small kaleidoscope, randomly through regions and countries, about how answers are given to this expectation.