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May 8, 2014

No more 'million dollar bus stops' in Arlington, Va.

The County Manager launched a comprehensive review of the project last year after declaring that the Walter Reed station, formerly called a “Super Stop,” had cost too much and taken too long to build and had some functional problems, including poor weather protection.


April 9, 2009

Brasco International unveils new Website

Site showcases the manufacturer’s traditional shelter designs as well as their latest “green” initiatives, including sustainable materials, solar-powered LED lighting and the Big Belly Solar trash compactor unit they distribute.


April 1, 2009

METRO Briefs

Teenager puts transit on the map. Former dispatch manager launches charter service. NORTA upgrades bus shelters.


February 12, 2009

Brasco awarded Utah Transit shelter contract

UTA also ordered solar-powered LED lighting systems for their shelters.


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