Omnitrans Interim CEO/GM Erin Rogers (third from left) joined (from left) Sally A. McGuire of the Grand Terrace Chamber of Commerce, City of Grand Terrace Mayor Pro Tem. Doug Wilson, Mayor Darcy McNaboe, Councilmember Sylvia Robles, and Councilmember Jeff Allen in unveiling a newly installed premium bus shelter, which will serve OmniGo Route 325 in Grand Terrace.
The City of Grand Terrace celebrated the installation of their first premium bus shelter on Monday, December 2, 2019. Located on Barton Road in the notable Town Square destination, the brand new premium bus shelter provides enhanced passenger amenities including: solar-powered lighting, a digital clock, and real-time arrival sign for the next three buses, plus, a bench, large trash can, branded windscreen, advertising kiosk, and bicycle rack.
The new shelter was funded jointly by Article 3 funds from SBCTA and State Proposition 1B funds. The addition of the premium shelter at this bus stop coincides with recent CalTrans renovations at this interchange.