This week will feature the installation of new RapidRide shelters along the new Pacific Hwy South A Line. Like Swift, the shelters will be branded differently than normal shelters. You can check out pictures from the RapidRide blog, which also has other miscellaneous info for the new line.
Metro is installing the first RapidRide shelter frames this week on the A Line corridor, which is also sporting RapidRide banners from light poles to let people know about the new service. Still to come as the launch date draws near: more shelter frames, ORCA fare card readers, real-time arrival signs–and glass in the shelter frames!
The A Line is scheduled to commence service on October 2, 2010 during the fall service change.