Thursday, January 21, 2010

Legible London



Legible London is a new pedestrian wayfinding system to help people walk around the Capital, and is being piloted in three areas of the city by Transport for London. The project's website includes further details and examples of its various prototype maps and signs, all of which are designed to help pedestrians find their way by detailing the landmarks they'll pass on their journey, and to estimate the time it will take to reach their destination.
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