Eric Roper at the Star Tribune writes:
Study: Transit amenities affect perceived wait times
Eric Jaffe at CityLabs writes: A Basic Shelter Can Make the Wait for the Bus Feel Shorter:Twin Cities riders believed transit arrived more quickly at shelters or stations compared with stops at curbside signs.
I mentioned the Minnesota Daily piece earlier in the week
Both are about our (Guthrie, Fan, Levinson) unpublished, unreleased study on transit amenities: Transit Station and Stop Design and Travel Time Perceptions. I would say more, but it is unpublished and unreleased.