Bus Stop Design and Placement Security Considerations
This recommended practice provides guidance to transit agencies on the security concerns related to the design and placement of bus stops.
|Document Number||Version||Publication Date||Publication||Related Information|
|APTA SS-SIS-RP-008-10||Rev. 1||07/25/2023||Published||Current|
Bus stops help define boundaries, channel access and egress of passengers, and provide visual barriers. Bus stops should be integrated with other security measures, including CPTED, lighting, barriers, etc., to optimize protection and complement security solutions.
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