Congratulations, Seattle: You won another award.
The competition judged stops on "shoddy pedestrian environment that sprawling land use planning, car-centric street design, and plain old disregard for bus riders have created." Starting at the beginning of this month, voters whittled down a bracket of 16 stops based on tips from readers.
The final two were stops in Munhall, Pennsylvania, and our own Seattle, Washington. The competition was fierce: Both stops were right between freight tracks (although the trains by Seattle's move slowly!) and a high-speed roadway, with very little pedestrian access or support.
All in all the competition stayed fairly close, with both Munhall and Seattle basically neck-and-neck throughout Thursday. Seattle end up with 634 votes to Munhall's 476.
Everyone shake hands... and try to avoid that bus stop, if you can.
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