ON CLONTARF ROAD AND IT IS THE MOST ATTRACTIVE THAT I HAVE SEEN IN DUBLIN
I was lucky as I arrived at this stop just ahead of a really heavy shower of rain. While I was there two large dogs arrived and remained in a section of the shelter until the rain ceased.
This is described as an island bus stop as a cycle track runs between the footpath and the bus stop waiting area and shelter creating, a pedestrian island at the bus stop that is segregated from the footpath. This design resolves the conflicts associated with in-line bus stops, that is, the conflicts between buses and cyclists on the roadway, and the conflicts between cyclists and pedestrians at the bus stop. However, island bus stops create a potential conflict area on the cycle track behind the bus waiting area, where pedestrians need to cross the cycle track when moving to or from the bus stop.