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Bus Shelters Cleaned Up

19 September 2016

Dilapidated bus shelters have been removed in Zeehan as part of West Coast Council’s capital works program.

The shelters, located in Belstead and Gellibrand Street have been demolished, with a third located in Shield Street to also be taken down as part of the project.

A new shelter will be constructed at the Shield Street site, “This new shelter will be a more open design to deter vandalism,” West Coast Council General Manager Dirk Dowling said.

“The project is costed at $7000 and will continue Council’s work to provide safe facilities for the public and is in line with the adopted community vision, detailed in the West Coast Community Plan 2025, to create and maintain community spaces and infrastructure,” Mr Dowling said.

Zeehan bus shelters