STM - Society in motion
Have you seen them? There are six such shelters, located in three municipal boroughs. Installing a green roof on certain bus shelters serves to emphasize the relationship between public transportation and the environment. We chose eco-friendly plant material, a mix of sedum. A carpet of sedum is very resistant and requires little maintenance. As a perennial groundcover, it easily replaces a green lawn, with its unique appearance and wonderful scent! A green roof has a significant impact on outdoor air quality, provides some habitat to urban wildlife, and affords a measure of biodiversity appreciated by both birds…and transit users.
Until June 14, one can watch the sedum grow while waiting for the bus.