Homer says to reduce Laguna's auto congestion give commuters an alternative to the automobile, build the infrastructure to offer travelers better options. Here is a transit stop in Newport Beach (corrected).
|PCH at Beverly looking South|
Here is the transit stop in Laguna, Beverly at PCH
Modern transit stops provide seating, shelter from the elements is obligatory and offer commuters transit route and schedule information.
|PCH at Beverly looking North|
This is transit Laguna style on-the-cheap, no seating no shelter and a complementary morning bath when the bus arrives. A planter box a palm tree and a transit sign all share the passenger sidewalk. What was the vision that supported this design? What prohibited Laguna from implementing designs equal to the standards set by our neighboring towns?