Philadelphia unveils its first green-topped bus stop

    Now when you duck under the bus shelter at the northwest corner of 15th and Market streets to escape the rain, the shelter will be doing double duty. Philadelphia unveiled its first green-topped bus stop yesterday designed to catch rainwater.

    NewsWorks intern Dillon Buckley was there for the launch of the green stop, which city officials hope to be the first of many.

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