Let’s forget the classic bus stops, sometimes pretty in bad shape because of those people who love to write something on the walls or on the walls of the bus stops. Let us also forget the waits of the bus that seem endless and above all boring. Better saying, for now the inhabitants of this city can. That’s where.
The BUS STOPS become FUTURISTIC masterpieces. Here’s where
# Chinese futuristic city has invented more and more futuristic bus stops
Hong Kong is a city in the South-east of China where future and sustainability have taken over. A futuristic city, characterized by on international business and interested in becoming more and more a smart city. Hong Kong is a place with the frenetic pace and a skyline of skyscrapers, but it is also a classic Chinese city rich in history and tradition and surrounded by natural areas. This is where smart bus stops were born. Bus stops with innovative design and ready to revolutionize the shelters of the whole city and, who knows, the world.
# CAPS 2.0.: the sustainable shelter
New, sustainable, futuristic and even beautiful. As reported by the site siviaggia.it, these are the characteristics of the shelters called CAPS 2.0. and designed by Charis NG, Sino Inno Lab and Arup. Bus stops that are not only that, but also air purifying. The structure is equipped with a filter that stores air and frees it from allergens, viruses, fungi and bacteria. An intelligent solution that will benefit the city and its inhabitants because, assuming that all the roofs of the city become so, this will surely make the air less polluted. With an innovative design, the canopies will also provide all the information in real time on panels powered by solar energy.
# The smart shelters of other cities
Hong Kong isn’t the only city that has smart bus shleters but it went all out. Milan also has its intelligent canopies, but Hong Kong has made the new solution for bus stops definitely more useful. For now, the smart shelters of Milan and other cities, however, show only real-time information, should they try to adopt the air purification system of those of Hong Kong?