I am concerned about the excessive height of the roof on the western side. It seems to guarantee the flooding of the platform by sunlight on hot afternoons and very little protection from driving wind and rain at other times.
Too many projects seem to be designed by 'architects' who draw pretty pictures without considering the practical usage and comfort of their constructions. Years ago I learnt that it was foolish to lay down concrete paths in a new project until the tracks on the ground worn by its users had become apparent. What is essential is that design should start from the expected use of the building and work outwards. As an example, the Sydney Opera House is spectacular, but its internal spaces are at best a compromise for symphonic concerts and theatrical performances alike.
I hope that weather protection will be adequate at Showgrounds, Goodwood now that all wind barriers and seating have been (I hope temporarily) removed, and Oaklands stations to name three. Maybe we should chain all would-be archItects to a post under one of their 'shelters' on a hot or cold, wet and windy day before they are allowed to graduate.
On any passenger shelter, the roof should come as nearly as possible to the roofs of the stopped vehicles, and the platform to their floors. Any higher allows flooding by sun or rain over the seat and right to the back wall – a common complaint in many on which I have had to wait.