A Holland City covers roofs of bus stops with greenery as a gift to honeybees
Utrecht, a city in the Netherlands, has covered the roofs of 316 bus stops in greenery, which is a gift to honey bees. These green shelters capture fine dust & stores rainwater, besides adding to the city biodiversity like honey bees, bumblebees. The roofs are beautified with bamboo benches & energy-efficient LED lights. This step is taken to improve air quality. The city aims to introduce 55 new electric buses by year-end.