This useless Toronto transit shelter makes a good point — but not necessarily the one the city wants

Once, years ago, I interviewed the designer Bruce Mau about how he might approach the customer-service challenges of the TTC. Making a point about the comfort and convenience levels of commuting options, he talked about driving along in his van on a cold, snowy day and passing a bunch of people huddled at a bus stop. “My minivan has 18 cupholders, and that TTC bus shelter doesn’t even have a door on it,” he said.

Well, now there’s a Toronto transit shelter that doesn’t even have an entrance on it. All sides of the shelter on the southwest corner of King and Bathurst Sts. are walled in by glass, with the poster inside reading “Feeling left out?”

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