The newly designed Tilburg Bus Station by Cepezed in The Netherlands was formally opened to the public. The common transport facility has a length of more than 160 meters. It features a triangular, minimalistic circuit and uses an ETFE-foil for its awning cover. The positions of the bus are organized around its outer side where six are for boarding, and one is for deboarding.
250m² solar panels supply Tilburg Bus Station with energy for the lighting, digital information signs, and heating of the waiting benches and staff room etc.
The bus station’s circular shape starts narrow near its entrance and then widens on its West side. Within its circular route overlooking the station is a multi-functional pavilion with a pleasant transparent facade that folds open. The structure has lunch and rest areas for all bus drivers, as well as an information point called Arriva for a catering stall.