The new bus shelter is paid for with a $14,400 grant from RTA.
Another part of the city’s Master Bike Plan is completed, after this week when on the bus shelter in front of Lakewood City Hall got its finishing touches. On Friday, the city unveiled the new, covered bike parking. The “Transit Waiting Environment” — aka fancy bus stop — includes the shelter, covered bike parking and a customized Lakewood logo bike rack from Rust Belt Welding. The $14,400 project was paid for with an RTA grant. “This adds some much needed amenities at city hall, where we see hundreds of visitors a week by car, bus, bike and on foot,” Dru Siley, the city’s director of planning and development, said in a statement. “Please stop by and visit when you have a chance.”