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Prague metro map, Czech Republic
The Prague Metro is the most important urban transportation system in the capital of the Czech Republic. Founded in 1974, this is a middle-aged metro with three railway operating lines. There are 61 stations making up a total length of 65.2 kilometers (40.5 miles). The system continues to grow, due to the approval of a new construction line. Thanks to a passenger volume, that reaches 600 million per year, it has developed into Europe’s fifth busiest metro system. The operator has created…
urban info display by dennis van melick
conceived of as part of a larger traffic system redesign, the LCD panels are meant to be installed at crosswalks and bus and tram stops to provide useful information for residents and tourists.
A Better Bus Stop Sign for Rochester
Rochester NY's source for lost history and new ideas. The Rochester Subway may be gone, but these old Rochester photos, maps, images and stories bring back pieces of Rochester history few people know about. Explore Rochester's past and learn what may be in store for its future.
Station signs, directional signage, route maps, information panels, coding for different modes of transport all have to come together to form a cohesive, seamless, clutter-free system that is easy for people to follow.
Rail System Map
The RTD rail system operates ten rail lines 365 days a year throughout Denver. Colorado and surrounding cities. Find station information, maps, schedules and fare options.
Sign Letter Height Visibility Chart
Use our sign letter height visibility chart to make the best impact, and to find the best readable distance, location, color scheme, and font type to use.
Greater Israel Bus Connections
[July 2012] ‘Greater Israel Bus Connections’ is the sister version of ‘Across the Wall’. Unlike the explicitly critical ‘Across the Wall’, it takes a dry angle, representing the perspective of the Israeli state. The white separation barrier nearly disappears against a soft grey background and there is no visual distinction of the West Bank from Israel. The language on the map also differs – ‘security fence’ instead of ‘separation wall’, ‘Judea and Samaria’ instead of the ‘West Bank.’