All shelters will be replaced with new, modern structures that will be built entirely from recyclable materials and feature seating made from recycled plastic.
Wherever possible, shelters will be fitted with solar panels and power smart lighting to cut energy costs. The purpose-designed solar technology will also make installations quicker, easier and less disruptive as less work digging up highways will be required.
Around 30 bus shelters at key locations around the city centre will feature living roofs planted with a mix of wildflowers and Sedum plants to help support local biodiversity and provide more habitats for bees, butterflies and other pollinating insects.
The citywide network of living roofs and solar-powered shelters will be a first for any ONDO STATE city.