You voted, and by an overwhelming majority, the next question I will try and answer: Why doesn’t every bus stop have a protected shelter? 
Ana Ponce from Westchester asked the question. To “be in Miami in July, it’s unbearable,” Ponce says, “I see a variety of people, including the elderly, scorching out there, and I can’t figure out why.” 
She says she sometimes goes to Ikea and buys a bunch of umbrellas to give to people out in the sun.

Tell me about some bus stops that really should have protected shelters and why, by emailing me at wsayre (at) miamiherald (dot) com. I’ll try and figure out why some places have shelters and others don’t. 

 - Wilson Sayre

You voted, and by an overwhelming majority, the next question I will try and answer: Why doesn’t every bus stop have a protected shelter?

Ana Ponce from Westchester asked the question. To “be in Miami in July, it’s unbearable,” Ponce says, “I see a variety of people, including the elderly, scorching out there, and I can’t figure out why.”

She says she sometimes goes to Ikea and buys a bunch of umbrellas to give to people out in the sun.

Tell me about some bus stops that really should have protected shelters and why, by emailing me at wsayre (at) miamiherald (dot) com. I’ll try and figure out why some places have shelters and others don’t.

- Wilson Sayre

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