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Many products, one basemap
5 diverse products by tailoring City Wayfinding basemaps to emerging needs
GIS sidewalk analysis to manage social distancing
COVID-19 social distancing requires sidewalks wider than 2m. City Wayfinding systems based on GIS can help analysis, planning and informing the public
Wayfinding by GPS alone is making us anti-social
A new study sheds light on the risk of letting people get by with their phone for navigation rather than providing good wayfinding information.
Five things TfL should do with its new cycling database
After completing a huge exercise in data collection, can TfL now find an effective use that will effect change for cyclists in the capital?
A killer transport app to rule them all
A new app encompasses journey planning and ticketing for the whole of Berlin’s mobility network
The future of digital wayfinding
Google are testing the future of digital wayfinding. But does it satisfy a need?
Wayfinding for the Olympic Games
How London 2012 wayfinding contributed to the most successful Olympic Games ever
Cycle Superhighways change culture of cycling
A film by STREETFILMS shows the success of Cycle Superhighways and we talk about the wayfinding
Gothia Cup – events wayfinding
Sweden’s Gothia Cup is the world’s largest youth football tournament. Wayfinding for sporting events can contribute so much.
Cycle Wayfinding to convert the masses
Journey planning apps for cyclists preach to the converted. To convert the masses to cycling try a broader approach to cycle wayfinding
Data for the cycling revolution
A closer look at the data required for good cycle wayfinding
How does Legible London hold up in the digital future?
A report from TfL investigates Legible London in terms of a digital future.