Burgh Eye View: East Liberty

14 May

These small unattended girls, who despite wearing school uniforms were not in school during school hours, have been blurred to protect their identities.

solar panel + green roof  = how did i not know about this?!

Where else in the ‘burgh can I find these?

Were they retrofitted or was an entire shelter constructed to complete the project?

Who did this – the city? PAT? East Lib? Nonprof?

I want answers, people!

7 Responses to “Burgh Eye View: East Liberty”

  1. Amanda May 14, 2012 at 11:56 am #

    Bill Peduto was all over it! I think it’s the first of many!

  2. Thanks for checking out the Green Roof Bus Shelter! It was a project of East Liberty Development, Inc. in conjunction with many, many other partners. It was supported in part by the Sprout Fund’s Spring Program.

  3. Lindsay May 14, 2012 at 6:18 pm #

    That’s crazy and awesome! I’ve passed by that stop probably 5-6 times a week for the past 6 years and I’ve never noticed it.
    Too cool!

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