It's tough on taxis, they claim
Bus station : manoeuvering menace?
The old bus station had three parallel lanes; two with bus stands and a third for vehicle "layover".
Angle of Incidence Incidents
This one comes from No. 3 son's personal observation. Because the forecourt area slopes down to the one remaining entrance and exit door to the booking hall (there used to be two), the glazing reflects everything.
This means, says No. 3, that you can easily collide with exiting commuters. The comfy (?) stone seats are easy to trip over if your concentration is less than ideal after a day's stressful labour. Not clear from the photographs is the unnecessary semi circle of hefty bollards; a response to unjustified paranoia that Watford political extremists might drive their explosive-filled vehicle into the building.
Presumably, being typical plegmatic Brits, the dutiful residents of Watford will soon adjust to the revised plans and all will work tolerably well.
But what Watford Junction really needs is a completely new station!
And there are plans ...