Overhead, in the seated waiting area
The trash can!
View of the GWB from the end of platform 22
View from the other end of the platform
Another trash can!
Wishing I had the architectural vocabulary to compare this with the bridge span
Concrete, steel, glass, and light
When I arrived at my parents', I immediately googled GWB Bus Station. Those who know more about architecture or NYC history will know already that the designer is Pier Luigi Nervi, who also designed the 1960 Rome Olympic stadium, with which the bus station clearly shares a strong family resemblance: https://www.google.com/search?q=nervi+rome+stadium&client=safari&hl=en&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=J13XUaKzGuvD4AOJj4GQBQ&ved=0CDQQsAQ&biw=768&bih=900
A little more background on the building is here: http://www.panynj.gov/bus-terminals/gwbbs-history.html
There are plans to undertake a multimillion dollar renovation of the station, which I imagine will mean developing the neighborhood into another income bracket.