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Bus Shelters

Bus Shelter Pilot Project

It's not often people put together bus shelters and culture. A recent CATA initiative used this combination to inspire community ownership, champion diversity and foster neighborhood pride. Six new bus shelters were installed at high-traffic stops to address community needs. Keep reading to learn about their features and amenities, then let us know which bus shelter is your favorite.

 View the Community Report to see our other accomplishments in 2019.


​Eastbound Holmes past Pleasant Grove

Stop #1797

This shelter showcases local joy and diversity with a pseudo-stained glass mural. The shelter was designed in conjuction with the Southside Community Coalition. Click here to read about our vibrant partnership with the SSCC.

Amenities: Electricity, LED Lighting




Bus shelter at Potter Park


Northbound Pennsylvania before Lindbergh

Stop #3539

  • This stop was moved to improve accessibility and safety. The Sycamore Park Neighborhood Association solicited the public to vote on a bus shelter design and artwork. The artwork was created by local artist Nate Gonzalez. Click here to read more about this project.

Amenities: Solar Lighting




Southbound Hagadorn before Wilson

Stop #6071

This Spartan bus shelter was designed to be a beacon of Michigan State University pride in East Lansing. Located on one of the busiest avenues on campus, this shelter is seen by thousands of people each day.

Amenities: Real-Time Bus Tracking, Lighting, USB Ports, Wi-Fi



Michigan Avenue Bus Shelter in front of Capitol


Eastbound Michigan Avenue past Grand Avenue

Stop #1672

With prominent placement just blocks from the Capitol steps, this shelter reflects the grandeur of the Capitol building. The shelter is in an obstruction-free zone, which allows it to optimize solar panels.

Amenities: 100 percent Solar Lighting, Real-Time Bus Tracking










Bus Shelter Located on Grand River with mural of many people on the side.  

Westbound Grand River past M.A.C

This shelter, located in the heart of East Lansing's prime shopping, dining and living hub, shows the diversity and inclusion of the city. 

Amenities: Real-Time Bus Tracking, Lighting, USB Ports, Wi-Fi




Bus Shelter located on Cedar Street with palm artwork


Southbound Cedar Street at Edison

Stop #6033

This shelter caters to one of CATA's busiest routes. Route 5 riders will find this shelter planted directly in front of the Forest Community Health Center and poised near City Rescue Mission of Lansing.

Amenities: Real-Time Bus Tracking, Lighting, USB Ports, Wi-Fi





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