• Kautra

    Kaunas bus station (LITHUANIA)

  • Kaunas bus station

    JSC Tolimojo keleivinio transporto kompanija (LITHUANIA)

  • Zagreb

    Zagreb bus station (CROATIA)

  • Belgrad

    Belgrad bus station (SERBIA)

  • Kaliningrad

    Kaliningrad bus station (RUSSIA)

  • Daugavpils coach terminal

    Daugavpils coach terminal (LATVIA)

  • Tallin

    Tallin bus station (ESTONIA)

  • Riga inrenational coach terminal

    Riga inrenational coach terminal (LATVIA)

  • Zob Hamburg

    ZOB Hamburg (GERMANY)

  • Moscow

    Association “Development of Coach Terminals of the Country” (RUSSIA)

  • Ljubljani

    Ljubljana International Coach terminal (SLOVENIA)

  • Minsk

    Minsk bus station (BELARUS)

  • Malmo

    Malmö (SWEDEN)

  • Nordeka

    Joint Stock Company Nordeka (LATVIA)

    International Guidelines for Bus and Coach Station design and operation

    The IRU International Commission on Technical Affairs (CIT) has developed International Guidelines for Bus and Coach Station design and operation which have a significant and disproportionate impact upon bus and coach station operation and throughput of vehicles and passengers.

    It also includes examples of safe practices throughout the road transport sector.

    The Guidelines are primarily based on UK Guidance for the safe design and operation of Bus Stations and Interchanges which was completed in 2011 and updated in 2013.

    The aim of these guidelines is to enable key stakeholders involved in the road transport of passengers to understand the safety and operational risks involved in operating and using bus and coach stations. When transport stakeholders implement the Guidelines from the outset, these will influence sustainable improvements in bus and coach station design, operation and road safety standards.

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