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In praise of public spaces
The POLIS 2020 conference calls for reallocation of public space in the wake of COVID19. Wayfinding can play an important role.
City Wayfinding, cause and effect & the Benefit/Cost Ratio
Qualitative arguments need to complement a BCR as not everything can be translated into monetary values
A new mobility culture after COVID-19
Cities are using COVID-19 emergency measures to reclaim the streets for walking and cycling. City Wayfinding gives them a headstart in creating a new mobility culture.
A workshop on Wayfinding concepts at Walk21
We were privileged to host a workshop on wayfinding at the Walk21 conference in Rotterdam
City pedestrian zones and their effect on business
Local businesses often balk at plans to ban cars on their local streets. They must be convinced that their fears are misplaced
Walk21, The movement for walkability in cities
Walk21, the only international conference about walking in cities, helps cities form policy that counts. Rotterdam will be next, 2019
Wayfinding for accessibility users
A look at wayfinding from an accessibility perspective, with the City of Toronto
Making walking and cycling part of transport planning
Cycling and walking can now be properly integrated into transport planning, thanks to this three year EU-funded project.
Wayfinding Barbican’s hidden High Walks
Barbican’s High Walks are a hidden gem. Better wayfinding will help people find and use them.
Wayfinding underground inspires graphic innovation
Wayfinding in stations, especially underground, can benefit from all the help it can get
Public transport use positively impacts walking and health
How much (healthy) walking can be attributed to public transport journeys?
“Crossrail” or “Elizabeth Line”?
Why calling Crossrail the “Elizabeth line” could actually be for the best
Walkability of cities is linked to health
The walkability of a city is directly linked to the health of its citizens, a new scientific study claims.