New bus stop shelters appear instead of dismantled kiosks in Penza
Penza, 12 April 2017. PenzaNews. New bus stop shelters that let passengers hide from the snow in winter and from the rain in summer were installed in several Penza streets at the places where dismantled non-stationary trade facilities used to be located.
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As it was reported by the press service of the city administration, standard solutions for the bus stop shelters had been approved by the Department of Architecture and Urban Planning of the Penza mayor's office.
In particular, a new construction appeared in Prospekt Stroiteley street, next to the trade complex "Olimp".
Thus, the territory changed greatly over the last several months. At the end of last year, almost all ads were removed from the building, and a pavilion made of dark impact-resistant glass appeared, which does not spoil the view of the street.
A similar construction can be seen in Lunacharskogo street – near the regional ambulance station.
A trade pavilion was dismantled at this location in winter.
In addition, a new bus stop shelter was installed in Prospekt Pobedy street. Earlier, a trade pavilion used to be located there, which according to city administration data was voluntarily installed by an entrepreneur in 2016 and remained on the "red line" illegally for 10 years.
It is expected that bus stop shelters will appear in three other places in the near future.
In particular, they will be placed in Prospekt Pobedy street – at the bus stop "Avtodorozhny kolledzh", as well as next to the shop "Rossia".
In addition, the bus stop "Elektropribor" was improved, where according to mayor's office data a temporary pavilion was installed.