Bus Shelter Programs With AR James Media

You may have walked, biked, driven, or rode past a bus shelter and wondered: “Who keeps those things clean and makes sure advertisements are updated regularly?” Well, it’s quite an involved process that requires several parties and lots of time and planning.

Bus Shelter Ads in New Jersey

Transit Shelters With AR James Media | Bus Shelter Advertising in NJ

Transit shelters require a level of investment and organizational importance. The lack of a consistent plan has resulted in unsafe, inaccessible and unattractive transit shelters that are all too common today. Enter AR James Media and the unique offerings and services we can provide in your municipality.

Our experts are actively involved in the planning and purchasing of bus shelter structures. AR James alleviates any stress incurring all cost from installation, maintenance and refurbishment while providing our partners with an ongoing source of funding and guidance to improve the transit experience. This guarantees all shelters remain clean, stable, and undamaged. Whether dealing with snow, storms, graffiti or dirt, AR James Media will always ensure these shelters are set up in the municipality and transit rider’s best interest.

Opportunities for Brands and Local Businesses

Now there’s a clean, structurally sound bus shelter for all the hard-working commuters of New Jersey. But there’s an added bonus to these bus shelters — the potential for advertising revenue. AR James Media knows the OOH advertising industry and processes inside and out and facilitates opportunities to use these shelters for ad space. Brands and businesses benefit as well as the townships, so it’s a win-win for everyone. Learn more about transit shelter ads and how AR James can help bring life and color to new transit shelters in your area.

If you are a county or township official township or city employee that is wanting to improve the experience for commuters and travelers in your area, contact AR James Media today to consult on your next project.

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